Reporting Hazing

Contacts

Dean Joyce Chen Shueh

Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students
(609) 258-3054

Department of Public Safety

(609) 258-3333

Please report situations that could be dangerous or involving the possibility of imminent harm immediately.

Princeton takes violations of the hazing policy extremely seriously, and encourages anyone who has been hazed, has witnessed hazing, or suspects someone they know has been hazed, to feel empowered to report these observations to university officials.

The university’s ability to investigate reports and enforce policy depends on the accuracy and specificity of the information provided.  You are encouraged to provide as much specific detail as possible, so that appropriate action can be taken to address the reported behavior.

If you choose to make a report through the Department of Public Safety or ODUS and prefer to remain anonymous, every attempt will be made to accommodate you in this regard; however, your anonymity cannot be guaranteed.  If a student is charged with a disciplinary violation, that student will have the right to review all information that will be considered by the appropriate disciplinary body when adjudicating the charge, and it may become necessary to disclose names.  Regardless, be assured that no student will have access to documents bearing other student’s names or identities, without that student’s written permission.  If you prefer to use EthicsPoint, your report will be anonymous.