Disclosure of Hazing Incidents
Hazing is a serious public health problem that causes physical and mental harm to students. SGSC’s Student Code of Conduct expressly prohibits hazing and sanctions will be imposed for individuals and/or organizations found responsible. The Max Gruver Act, codified into law May 9, 2021, is an anti-hazing bill that classifies hazing as a misdemeanor and requires colleges and universities to create a webpage dedicated to the public disclosure of student conduct adjudications of hazing and hazing related convictions (external criminal convictions). SGSC hazing incidents are noted below.
Summer Semester 2021
|Offender||Date of Incident||Student Conduct Findings||Sanctions||Criminal Conviction||Criminal Sanction|
|No current cases|