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Meeting A Need
Seven out of ten students involved in a team or social organization experience at least one hazing behavior.*
Alcohol consumption and sexual activities are common hazing practices across all types of student groups.*
GreekLifeEdu is an online, Population-Level Prevention® program that educates an entire group of students about behaviors that compromise personal safety and challenges preconceived social norms. Tailored to the needs of Greek headquarters, GreekLifeEdu is an interactive program that focuses on alcohol consumption, hazing, and sexual assault, helping students make safer and healthier decisions. view course
Customized to each student, the course provides an experience that impacts both individual behavior and community culture. First, members learn what is in a "standard drink," different factors that affect BAC, how to help a friend who experiences an alcohol overdose, and guidelines for being a safe party host. Next, students identify different forms of hazing, learn how states legally address hazing, and create a personal plan that includes goals and activities for their chapter. Lastly, members learn about the facts and myths surrounding sexual assault, define the term "consent," and identify strategies that can be used to intervene in a situation that might lead to a sexual assault.
"If the company continues to see the results it has seen in the past, regarding alcohol-use behavior change, Outside The Classroom should get the equivalent of the Nobel Prize for Higher Education."
-Wynn Smiley, Chief Executive Officer, Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity
GreekLifeEdu also includes:
- Personalized pathways and feedback for a customized user experience
- Realistic simulations that allow students to evaluate their decisions
- Organization-specific resources, such as policies, procedures, and key staff contacts
- Leadership and student engagement opportunities available in the community
For more information on GreekLifeEdu, contact us
- *Allan, E.J. and M. Madden. (2008). Hazing in View: College Students at Risk, Initial Findings from the National Study of Student Hazing. Retrieved on March 12, 2008 from the National Center for Hazing Research and Prevention: http://www.hazingstudy.org/publications/hazing_in_view_web.pdf.