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