Ways To Report Hazing


Wittenberg University encourages anyone who experiences, or has information about, hazing to immediately make a report. Campus safety is our top priority, and the University takes all reports of misconduct seriously to protect everyone’s health and well-being. Prompt reporting enables law enforcement to collect and preserve evidence and campus officials to gather timely and relevant information to aid in investigations.

A report can be made in person, by telephone, by email, online using the Hazing Incident Reporting Form, or by any other means that results in one of the offices listed below receiving the report. Such reports may be made at any time, including during non-business hours.  A report can also be made anonymously, although reporting anonymously may limit the University’s ability to investigate or obtain additional information.

To report hazing, any person may contact the following offices or individuals:

  • Wittenberg Police Division
  • Student Conduct, Director of Student Conduct and Deputy Title IX Coordinator, TBD
  • Student Involvement, Director of Student Involvement, Jade Jones – 937-327-7820, jonesj89@wittenberg.edu
  • Human Resources, Director of Human Resources and Deputy Title IX Coordinator, Mary Beth Walter – 937-327-7520, walterm@wittenberg.edu

What To Do About Hazing

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