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Hazing is victimization - an act of power and control over others. Hazing is premeditated and NOT accidental. It is abusive, degrading, often life threatening, and it is a fundamental violation of human dignity. Hazing can be defined as any action or activity which does not contribute to the positive development of a person; which inflicts or intends to cause physical or mental harm or anxieties; which may demean, degrade or disgrace any person regardless of location, intent or consent of participants. Hazing can also be defined as any action or situation, which intentionally endangers a student seeking admission into or affiliation with any student organization. Find more information about hazing, how you recognize what it is, and how you can report it by visiting the OFSL Hazing Prevention website. You can also contact OFSL at or 310-825-6322 to talk to a staff member about any hazing concerns. Additional information can be found at

Other Resources

  • NAPA National APIDA Panhellenic Association

    The National APIDA Panhellenic Association (or NAPA) is a collective group of leaders within the Asian Pacific Islander Desi American community who work together to advocate, collaborate, and educate their members and constituency for the greater good.

    The founding organizations officially chartered the National APIA Panhellenic Association on August 12, 2006. The purpose of the association is to create an umbrella organization that can unite Asian Fraternities and Sororities onto common causes and facilitate communication between the various organizations.

  • North American Interfraternity Conference North American Interfraternity Conference

    The North-American Interfraternity Conference (formerly known as the National Interfraternity Conference) has a long and storied history as a body that has assisted fraternal organizations to work together. On November 27, 1909, 26 fraternities met to discuss critical issues facing fraternities at that time. A formal organization was completed in 1910. In 1931 the organization's name was changed from Interfraternity Conference to National Interfraternity Conference. In 1999, the leadership again changed the name to North-American Interfraternity Conference to celebrate the membership of brothers in Canada.

  • Nalfo Latino Greeks United National Association for Latino Fraternal Organizations, Inc.

    National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations (NALFO) is an “umbrella” coalition established in 1998 to promote and foster positive interfraternal relations, communication, and development of all Latino fraternal organizations through mutual respect, leadership, honesty, professionalism and education.
    NALFO exists to unite and empower its member organizations through advocacy, and organizational development while fostering positive fraternal relationships and collaborating on issues impacting the Latino Greek community.

  • National Panhellenic Conference National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc.

    National Panhellenic Conference, founded in 1902, is an umbrella organization for 26 inter/national women's fraternities and sororities. Each member group is autonomous as a social, Greek-letter society of college women and alumnae. Members are represented on over 620 college and university campuses in the United States and Canada and in over 4,600 alumnae associations, making up over 3.6 million sorority women in the world.

  • Association of Fraternity Advisors Association of Fraternity Advisors

    The Association of Fraternity Advisors (AFA), founded in 1976, has provided individuals concerned with the fraternity/sorority movement an avenue for professional growth and development. As the representative voice of and advocate for our profession, the Association of Fraternity Advisors exists to support the professional development of our members, foster partnerships across higher education, and offer innovative resources and services to persons involved in the advisement of fraternities and sororities.

  • The Lambda 10 Project Lambda 10 Project

    National Clearinghouse for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Fraternity & Sorority Issues works to heighten the visibility of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender members of the college fraternity by serving as a clearinghouse for educational resources and educational materials related to sexual orientation and gender identity/expression as it pertains to the fraternity/sorority experience.

  • AFLV Community Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values

    The Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values exists to stimulate the growth and development of fraternity/sorority council and chapter leaders by promoting leadership, educational, and values based experiences and resources for student leaders, their advisors, and the larger fraternal market.