Anti-Hazing Policy

The University of Findlay strictly prohibits hazing of any kind. Hazing is a violation of University policy under this Anti-Hazing Policy, as well as a violation of Ohio law. The Policy informs students, employees and others of the campus community about their responsibilities regarding hazing, the University’s response to Policy violations, and the resources available for addressing concerns related to hazing or suspected hazing. The Associate Vice President for Safety & Wellness has primary responsibility for enforcement of this Policy. The Policy is in compliance with Collin’s Law: The Ohio Anti-Hazing Act.

A copy of the Anti-Hazing Policy can be found on the University’s website at:

If you have been hazed, have witnessed hazing, or suspect that someone you know has been hazed, you can report your observations using any of the reporting options listed below.

All members of the University’s community are expected to report hazing by contacting any of the following:

The Associate Vice President for Safety & Wellness

Old Main #45, 419-434-4733;

Office of Equity & Title IX

Old Main Office #45, 419-434-4739

Office of Student Affairs

1st Floor Old Main, 419-434-4570

Campus Safety


Online reporting is available through Guardian here.

Anonymous reporting of crimes is available through Campus Safety’s Silent Victim/Witness Program here.

Note that providing information anonymously may impede the University’s ability to respond to and investigate the reported incident(s).

In the event of an emergency, individuals should dial 911 before contacting Campus Safety.

If your physical or emotional well-being been affected by hazing, support & resources are available.

Bi-Annual Anti-Hazing Report
In accordance with Collin's Law, the University's Bi-Annual Anti-Hazing Report will be published on January 1 and August 1 of each year. The report is available to review here. Questions or concerns may be directed to the Associate Vice President for Safety & Wellness by calling 419-434-4733 or emailing