Since 1872, Michigan State University’s Fraternity and Sorority Community has been a thriving part of campus life. Joining a Fraternity or Sorority brings life long relationships, opportunities for personal and career growth, and a national network of alumni across the globe.

Reporting Concerns

Hazing Information and Resources

Michigan State University is committed to providing a safe environment in which all students have the right to belong to student organizations without undergoing hazing as a right of entry.  As such, it is the policy of the University that hazing is strictly prohibited.  Hazing can result in irrevocable harm to students, their families, and the University community.

No student organization or individual student shall conduct nor condone hazing activities.  Any group or individual responsible for hazing may be subject to disciplinary action, criminal prosecution, and/or civil prosecution. 

For more information on hazing and how to report can be found here: https://ossa.msu.edu/hazing-information-and-resources 

Anonymous reporting on hazing activities and resources can also be found here: https://hazingpreventionnetwork.org/how-to-report-hazing/ 

Anonymous Reporting

In some cases, a student one may want to report a concern anonymously. Michigan State University has implemented a telephone hotline including a web reporting feature to help maintain adherence to ethical practices. The purpose of the hotline is to provide an anonymous method to report known or suspected misconduct at Michigan State University. Misconduct related to the following areas can be reported through the hotline: fiscal, conflicts of interest, employment, medical/HIPAA, research, safety, athletics, discrimination/harassment, privacy, retaliation, and any other issue that does not fit another category. To visit the website, please go to the MSU Misconduct Hotline.