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Report a Concern / Hazing Hotline

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill does not condone any type of hazing within the fraternity and sorority community. The form below was created for UNC students, parents, faculty, staff and community members to report incidents that are physically, emotionally, or psychologically detrimental to the student and damage the integrity of the fraternity and sorority new member education/intake process. This form is sent directly to the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life and Community Involvement.

****The University's ability to investigate reported incidents, enforce the university’s expectations, and protect future students 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. You have the option to submit a report anonymously, though officials may find it difficult to complete their investigation without knowing the source of the report. There is a far greater chance that an intervention to stop the behavior and process to hold people accountable will be successful if you can provide us with information to reach back out to you if necessary. We are able to keep your identity confidential through the investigatory process.****

Please consider calling OFSL-CI at 919-962-8298 to provide more specific information.

The UNC Honor Code describes hazing as:

“Hazing that causes or permits an individual, with or without consent, to engage in activities that subject that individual or others to risks of physical injury, mental distress, or personal indignities of a highly offensive nature, in connection with recruitment, initiation, or continued membership in a society, fraternity or sorority, club, or similar organized group whether or not recognized by the University.”

Report a Hazing Incident

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Please provide as much detail as possible, including location, number/names of people involved, type of activity, how you became aware of the incident, names of others that may be aware of or observed the incident, etc.
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Your first name.
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Your first name.