Community Standards & Advocacy

Cleveland State University Anti-Hazing Report

Cleveland State University  Anti-Hazing Report:

Collin’s Law requires universities to report hazing violations occurring in the past five years and  to update the report twice a year, in August and January. Cleveland State University’s report, updated as of January 1, 2024, can be found by clicking here.  

Inter-University Council of Presidents Anti-Hazing Principles

The Inter-University Council of Ohio (IUC) was established in 1939 as a voluntary educational association of Ohio’s public universities. The IUC represents the 14 public universities of Ohio. 

The Inter-University Council of Presidents adopted Anti-Hazing Principles towards the shared purpose of eradicating hazing at Ohio universities. These principles, including a zero-tolerance for hazing approach can be found by clicking here.  

Additional National Resources 
This national organization is dedicated to hazing prevention in college and university student groups. Visit their website for hazing facts, special programming information, and to stay informed by signing up for their free e-newsletter. 
This website was created to help educate thousands of students, parents, and educators on the topic of hazing. Recommended reading materials as well as suggested avenues for personal involvement are just a few of the resources that can be found here.

Education & Training

All students who want to join student organizations, student groups, or teams are required to complete CSU’s Hazing Prevention Education program. If you are unsure if you already completed training, please contact your RSO advisor or the Center for Campus Engagement at or 216-523-7450.