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Hazing is defined as any action taken, or situation created intentionally, whether on or off-campus, to produce mental or physical discomfort, embarrassment, harassment, ridicule, or the breaking of College rules.  Hazing includes all ceremonies of induction, initiation, orientation, or private actions by individuals which tend to cause or allow mental or physical suffering are prohibited.

In compliance with the Georgia SB 85 “Max Gruver Act,” beginning July 1, 2021, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College will publicly disclose administrative adjudications of hazing or hazing-related convictions. This information will be posted within 15 calendar days of final adjudication or public notice of conviction and remain posted for a period of not less than five years. Records will include the name of any school organization involved, date(s) of occurrence, as well as a description of specific hazing-related findings, sanctions, adjudications, and convictions for any person or school organization.