Terra State Community College Anti-Hazing Violations Report
Terra State Community College (TSCC) recognizes the importance of each individuals’ rights, dignity, health, and safety. As such, the institution strives to create an environment where all members can participate in the community without fear of jeopardizing such rights. The outcomes of hazing create unacceptable harm to those involved, the families of those involved, and the greater community. For this reason, Terra State Community College has a zero-tolerance policy for hazing.
On July 6, 2021, Governor Mike DeWine signed into law Senate Bill 126. Also known as Collin’s Law, Ohio’s Anti Hazing Act was passed to curb acts of hazing on college campuses in response to several unfortunate circumstances leading to the deaths of students. This report is published in compliance with Ohio Senate Bill 126.
TSCC is pleased to report that no hazing violations have been reported for 2022 and the preceding 5-year period (2017 through 2021).
Student Code of Conduct Policy on Hazing
Hazing is defined in Article C, Number 9, of the Student Code of Conduct as “an act, which endangers the mental or physical health or safety of a student, for the purpose of initiation, admission into, affiliation with, or as a condition for continued membership in a group or organization.”
See the Student Code of Conduct for additional information on hazing, sanctions, and key terms.