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NPC Manual of Information


For purposes of this Policy, the University adopts and incorporates herein the detailed definitions of hazing set forth in the University’s Code of Student Conduct and Alabama Code § 16-1-23.  Simply defined, hazing includes any act that threatens or inflicts physical, emotional, or psychological pressure or injury on an individual or that purposely demeans, degrades, or disgraces an individual.

The University does not condone hazing, regardless of its form.  Indeed, hazing is prohibited by the University’s Code of Student Conduct and considered a crime in the State of Alabama under Alabama Code § 16-1-23.  No individual shall directly engage in hazing or indirectly encourage, aid, or assist any other person in hazing.  All students and other University representatives, including employees, should immediately report known or suspected hazing violations as directed herein.

To report hazing, please provide specific information about the hazing incident to any of the following:

  • The University’s Hazing & Harassment Hotline (205-348-HALT (4258))
  • The University’s Office of the Dean of Students (205-348-3326)
  • The University’s Office of Student Conduct (205-348-8234 •
  • The University of Alabama Police Department (UAPD) (205-348-5454)
  • You may also report hazing online using this Form.

If the situation is an emergency and you or someone else needs immediate assistance, please contact UAPD (205-348-5454).


The University of Alabama complies with all applicable laws prohibiting discrimination,which are outlined in the University’s nondiscrimination notice available at and in its harassment policy at Membership in registered student organizations shall be open to all students of The University of Alabama without regard to race, religion, sex, disability or national origin, except in cases of designated fraternal organizations exempted by federal law from Title IX regulations concerning discrimination on the basis of sex.


Individuals who have concerns about the recruitment process are encouraged to contact the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs at 205-348-6670.