To report a dangerous situation that is underway, call 911 for an immediate response. This will connect you to either the U-M Department of Public Safety for on-campus activity or to the Ann Arbor Police Department. The two departments will coordinate a response.
If you have information about possible hazing activities are several avenues for reporting:
- Dean of Students (DOS)
3000 Michigan Union
The Dean of Students Office can help direct you to the appropriate rescources if you are unsure of how to proceed.
- Center for Campus Involvement (CCI)
2205 Michigan Union
CCI oversees all registered student organizations. Issues concerning any student organization can be directed to them.
- Office of Greek Life
4115 Michigan Union
Staff members in the Office of Greek Life will assist with issues involving fraternities and sororities that are members of the Panhellenic Association, Multicultural Greek Council, National Pan- Hellenic Council, or Interfraternity Council.
- Greek Hazing Task Force
HTF is a student-run organization that anyone can e-mail with hazing concerns within fraternities and sororities. HTF investigates hazing allegations and refers its findings to the judical body - GARP.
OSCR addresses action or behavior by individuals, not organizations. If you are aware of a specific student hazing others, a complaint can be filed with OSCR.
Other units that can assist with concerns:
If you witness or experience conduct that discriminates, stereotypes, excludes, harasses or harms anyone in our community based on their identity please report it to the University.