Training Opportunities

Student Organizations

  • Hazing Prevention Workshop: Request a workshop personalized for your student organization to learn more about hazing and how to take action.
  • Creating Space for Change: Request this interactive workshop to inspire your club, group or team members explore how to create healthy, meaningful relationships in your organization.
  • Hazing Prevention Consultation: Request a small group or one-on-one staff consultation to discuss your questions, concerns, and ideas for hazing prevention in your group or club.

Faculty and Staff

Other Training Resources

Leadership development and safe, welcoming environments help prevent hazing. Consider these free workshops and resources for your team, club or organization:

  • Texas LEAD workshops for student organizations on leadership topics like leading with your strengths, managing conflict, and ethical leadership.
  • Student Activities workshops and online resources on how to manage a student organization, including topics like recruitment, effective meetings, and new officer training.
  • The Longhorn Wellness Center workshops and resources for students on mental health, alcohol, drug use, sleep, sexuality, interpersonal violence prevention, and more.
  • BeVocal, the Bystander Intervention Initiative of The University of Texas at Austin, workshops for faculty, staff, and student organizations teach skills to prevent high risk behavior and harm.
  • SHIFT works to change the culture of substance use from one of misuse to one of wellbeing, including their SHIFT List for student organizations or their zero proof cocktail team, SHIFT Makers,