Hondros College of Nursing strictly prohibits all acts of hazing. Hazing refers to engaging in, or coercing another individual to engage in, any act related to initiation or membership in a student or other organization that causes or creates a substantial risk of mental or physical harm to any person. This includes, but is not limited to, coercing another individual to consume alcohol or a drug of abuse.
Hazing is a serious violation of the Student Code of Conduct, and subject to the Consequences of Non-Academic Misconduct presented in this Catalog, including dismissal from the College. Reports of hazing will be investigated by the student's Campus Executive Director; Campus Dean/Director of Nursing; Senior Vice President, Academics; and the Dean, Accreditation and Compliance to determine the College's response to the alleged misconduct, including consequences, educational requirements, and resources for the perpetrators and/or victims of hazing.
Suspected incidents of hazing should be reported to the Campus Executive Director. Alternatively, instances can be reported to the Dean, Accreditation and Compliance, at [email protected].
The Anti-Hazing Policy and related reports on instances of hazing at the College can be found at https://www.hondros.edu/about/consumer-information/health-and-safety.html.