Love, Mom & Dad: Parents of Tim Piazza, Max Gruver and Marquise Braham, who tragically lost their lives to fraternity hazing, share their stories in an effort to end hazing in any student organization. The discussion was part of the A.D. White Annual Summit for Sororities & Fraternities on Nov. 2, 2019.

Multiple departments within Longwood University collaborate closely on the prevention of and response to hazing:

Athletics supports prevention efforts within intercollegiate athletics and responds to concerns about hazing by athletes

Conduct and Integrity follow up on concerns raised about hazing and has procedures for processing hazing allegations

Counseling and Psychological Services and the Health Center provides medical care, mental health services and wellness resources for all Longwood students

Fraternity and Sorority Life coordinates hazing prevention and education efforts with social and independent Greek fraternities and sororities throughout the year

Longwood University Police Department (LUPD) Order of Omega student honorary organization for fraternity and sorority members organizes Hazing Prevention Week each September.

For information regarding the recognition status of social Greek organizations please consult Recognized vs Unrecognized student groups.

Student Activities and Campus Recreation support prevention efforts within registered organizations and sports clubs

In the interest of transparency and information sharing for prospective members of student organizations, information is made available by the Longwood University Office of Student Conduct and Integrity regarding violations of Hazing regulations for organizations that have been charged through the Conduct process.