LSU Community “Takes the Pledge”

SAA HazingStudent Advocacy & Accountability is an office on campus at LSU here to “support student success and personal development as members of the LSU community by promoting academic integrity and appropriate standards of conduct through the Code of Student”. Their mission is “To advocate, engage, and support student commitment to the LSU community.  We enhance learning through educational interventions that foster student development.”

During the week of September 21-25, 2015 the LSU community joined together to raise awareness for National Hazing Prevention Week. Throughout the week, students, faculty, and staff “took the pledge” in committing to reporting and overall, end hazing on our campus. The life size board displayed over 275 12030467_1051081418257722_9132692382995392306_onames with representation from all over campus.  As parents and loved ones of your Tigers, we encourage you to use this information year round to serve as a resource to our students, faculty, staff, parents, families, alumni, and other interested parties in educating yourselves and your student on issues of hazing at Louisiana State University.

Visit lsu.edu/hazing for more information and to Report Hazing anonymously!

To learn more about the office of Student Advocacy & Accountability visit their website lsu.edu/saa

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1 thought on “LSU Community “Takes the Pledge””

  1. So good to see campuses like LSU taking the initiative to eradicate issues of hazing. Also amazing to see that there is a method to Report Hazing anonymously. I believe that many people are often afraid to speak up, which makes it a lot more difficult to combat this issue. Thank you for your contribution and effort. You have set a great example for other colleges – every help counts.
    Please continue to educate not only students, but also adults on hazing and its repercussions. It is important that people are aware that by preventing tragic hazing incidents from occurring, it starts from them! They have all the power and ability to do so.
    Check out my blog for more! Spread the word!

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