Antihazing Policy

Antihazing Policy

Holy Family University maintains a zero-tolerance policy for Hazing. Any student, other person associated with an Organization, or an Organization responsible for Hazing under this Policy, whether occurring on or off campus, may face sanctions from the University, and may also face criminal charges under state law, including The Timothy J. Piazza Anithazing Law.

Holy Family University requires all members of the University community who believe that they have witnessed, experienced, or are aware of conduct that constitutes Hazing or Organizational Hazing in violation of the Policy to report the violation to the Coordinator for Student Engagement, the Director of Athletics, the Title IX Coordinator, or the Dean of Students. Enforcement and adjudication of this Policy shall follow the University Judicial Process and Procedures, as outlined in the Student Handbook.

For information on the Antihazing Policy, please contact the Dean of Students Office.

Insitutional Bi-Annual Report

In accordance with the Timothy J. Piazza Antihazing Law, Holy Family University will maintain a report of all violations of this Policy and of federal or state laws related to hazing that are reported to the institution. Holy Family University will update this report each year on January 1 and August 1.