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Hazing is not permitted and is defined by the University of New Hampshire, in the Student Rights, Rules and Responsibilities, as an act directed toward a student, or any coercion or intimidation of a student to act or to participate in an act, for the purpose of initiation or admission into, affiliation with, or as a condition for continued membership in, a group or organization, when (1) such act is likely or would be perceived by a reasonable person as likely to cause physical or psychological injury to any person; or (2) destroys or removes public or private property.
Any student or organization found responsible for hazing within the jurisdiction of the UNH Code of Conduct is subject to sanctions imposed by a Hearing Officer through the Office of Community Standards.
New Hampshire State Law. In addition to university policy, NH RSA 631:7 makes it a crime for an individual or organization to participate in “student hazing” or to fail to report incidents of student hazing.
UNH anonymous Hazing Hotline: (603) 862-3686.
- StopHazing.org - The leader in hazing research and prevention.
- HazingPrevention.org - a national nonprofit dedicated to empowering people to prevent hazing.
- National Hazing Prevention Week - Save the dates! September 19-23, 2022 is HazingPrevention.Org's 2022 National Hazing Prevention Week.
- Student Rights, Rules and Responsibilities
- Filing a Complaint