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National Hazing Prevention Week - September 24-28

Calendar of Events

Monday, Sept. 24

10:00am                     Pre-NHPW Survey due 

11:30am                     Banner due to NHPW table at Campus Center

11:30am-2:00pm    Informational Tabling at Campus Center

12:00pm-1:00pm    Lunch and Learn #1 “Joining Forces” in Bieberbach-Reed

8:30pm                     NHPW Kick-off in Dave’s Downunder, CCC

                                   Hand out T-shirts      


Tuesday, Sept. 25

11:00am                     Videos must be submitted to Maria in the Campus Center- Office 100 (DVD format)

11:30am-2:00pm    Informational Tabling at Campus Center

12:00pm-1:00pm    Lunch and Learn #2 “Final Impact” in Warden Dining Room (back corner of Dining Hall)


Wednesday, Sept. 26

11:30am-2:00pm    Informational Tabling at Campus Center

12:00pm-1:00pm    Lunch and Learn #3 “Be the Change” in Bieberbach-Reed

6:00-8:00pm             The Great Debate: the Destruction of Community in Dave’s Downunder, CCC


Thursday, Sept. 27 Day of Commitment, wear your T-shirt!

11:30-2:00pm           Informational Tabling at Campus Center

12:00-1:00pm           Lunch and Learn #4 “Creating a Vision” in Bieberbach-Reed


Friday, Sept. 28

12:00pm-1:00pm    Awards Banquet and Video showing in Dave’s Downunder

                                Present winners with prizes


Kick-Off Event

What: This year we are kicking off National Hazing Prevention Week with a community-wide event! Facilitators will lead groups through meaningful and intentional discussions about how we can work together to create a community that promotes positive action and condemns negative behaviors. Those in attendance will also receive important information about the events in the week to come, such as the lunch and learn discussions and the Great Debate.

Who: We encourage everyone in the Rollins community to join the conversation! 

When:  Monday, September 24 @ 8:30pm 

Where:  CCC Skillman Dining Hall


The Great Debate: The Destruction of Community

What: The Great Debate is an opportunity for all members of the Fraternity and Sorority community to come together and learn about ways to improve our community through thoughtful discussion and enlightening presentations. Students will be challenged to identify and correct destructive behaviors in a hypothetical case study. By bringing awareness to these possible scenarios, members of the Fraternity and Sorority community can work together to establish positive behaviors that will prevent similar situations from happening on the Rollins campus.

A minimum of 5 members from each organization must be in attendance to represent their chapter. Those in attendance will be given 45 minutes to read the case study and prepare a 5-7 minute presentation followed by a 2 minutes Q&A. Each organization is required to select a minimum of 2 members to present its case to a panel of judges and the FSL community.

After each organization has defended its case, the judges will determine the winner of the Great Debate. The winner is selected based on a predetermined set of criteria.

When: Wednesday Sept. 26 6:00-8:00pm

Where: Dave's Down Under


Lunch & Learns

Lunch & Learns provide students with an opportunity to engage in thoughtful and honest discussions with their peers. Students will bring their own lunches and learn how to talk about and combat hazing behaviors during one of the following sessions. Each organization is responsible for sending at least 2 members each day. Sign up today on WeJoinIn


Lunch & Learn #1: “Joining Forces”

Who: Presidents and New Member Educators only

When: Monday, September 24, 12:00pm-1:00pm

Where: Bieberbach-Reed  

What: A discussion about the hidden harms of hazing and the various levels of hazing present on the Rollins Campus. Presidents and New Member Educators will create an action plan for combatting hazing behaviors on the Rollins Campus.


Lunch & Learn #2: “Final Impact”

Who: Recommended for seniors

When: Tuesday, September 25, 12:00pm-1:00pm 

Where: Warden Dining Room  

What: A discussion for seniors about leaving a positive and lasting legacy within their chapters.


Lunch & Learn #3: “Be the Change”

Who: Recommended for juniors

When: Wednesday, September 26, 12:00pm-1:00pm 

Where: Bieberbach-Reed 

What: Students will engage in a discussion about how to balance leadership roles and social aspects within their chapters. Students will be able to address denial, minimization, over-simplification and/or normalization of behavior and understand how to prevent these behaviors.


Lunch & Learn #4: “Create a Vision”

Who: Recommended for sophomores

When: Thursday, September 27, 12:00pm-1:00pm 

Where: Bieberbach-Reed

What: Students will discuss how to recognize various forms of hazing and determine how they can be a positive influence both within their organizations and the Rollins community.


Banner Challenge

Create an original, creative, and attention-grabbing banner that encourages positive behavior within all campus organizations. Keep in mind that these banners will be hung in the campus center during National Hazing Prevention Week, so they must draw attention and be of high quality.


  • The Banner must have on it: National Hazing Prevention Week, September 24-28, 2012, Name of Organization, and an image relating to the week’s theme: Community. 
  • Banners may not exceed the size of a standard banner size, 48” by 60.”  You may use the banner printer in the Tar Pit, but we encourage creativity and your own design.
  • Banners may not have any vulgar, rude, or inappropriate images or language.
  • Any banners that do not meet the given requirements will not be displayed or awarded points.
  • Judging will occur throughout the week in order to determine the winner.  The winners will be selected at the end of the week and prizes will be awarded to overall banner contest winners in Dave’s Down Under on September 28 at 12:00pm.


Due Date: Monday, September 24 at 11:30am

Banners must be submitted at the NHPW table in front of the Campus Center 


Video Contest

Theme: Community

Time Limit: 2-4 minutes

Challenge: Incorporating the theme of National Hazing Prevention Week 2012 “Community,” create a short video or picture montage that showcases your own organization’s definition of hazing, stance on negative behavior, and procedures or guidelines for promoting positive behavior within your organization.


  • This video must be educational, creative, and original.  
  • You may utilize whatever resources you have access to.  
  • At least 5 people from your organization must take part in the video creation process.  
  • The video must be appropriate and will be pre-screened by an FSL staff member for approval.  


Due Date: Tuesday, September 25 at 10:00am

Final videos must be submitted to Maria in the Campus Center- Office 100 (DVD format)

Judging Guidelines and Contest Winners:

  • Awards will be given to the organization with the: 
    • Most creative video 
    • Video that showcases the best process for preventing negative behavior/promoting positive behavior  
    • Highest quality video

Video Creation Additional Resources:

  • CMC tutors in TJ’s are available to help organizations with any technological problems you may have when creating your video.