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Intervene

Intervene is an in-person 60-minute workshop that provides an opportunity for students to view the video with others and engage in a facilitated conversation to reflect upon the attitudes and behaviors that influence the process of intervening as an individual or with assistance. Participants also discuss additional related scenarios not included in the film.  This program is being used with the permission of The Skorton Center for Health Initiatives at Cornell Health, in collaboration with the Cornell Interactive Theater Ensemble, which developed the bystander intervention video and workshop called Intervene © 2016.

Red Watch Band


Lehigh provides RWB training as a peer-based alcohol bystander intervention program. The training provides the knowledge, awareness and skills to recognize when another student may be experiencing alcohol poisoning and may be in need of medical attention. Learn more...

Step Up LU

Step UP! is a prosocial behavior and bystander intervention program that educates students to be proactive in helping others. Learn more...

Greek EMerging Leaders

greek-emerging-leadersThe Greek EMerging Leaders (GEM) programs selects 35-40 outstanding new members each spring to participate in this semester leadership program in the fall.  The program prepares students to be effective leaders and create positive change in their chapters and the Greek community. Learn more...

New Member Education Plans

In the interest of transparency, the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs believes in sharing the new member education experience with all our stakeholders. To review new member education plans by chapter, please visit our website.

New Member Orientation Sessions

Assistant Directors from the OFSA meet one-on-one with the new member educators (NMEs) for each of the chapters they advise before the start of each semester’s new member education period. Click here to learn more.

Hazing Prevention Week

As part of the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs hazing prevention efforts, Hazing Prevention Week will be held February 5th-9th coinciding with the first few weeks of new member education.  Efforts to raise awareness regarding how to identify, intervene, and report hazing are the focus. Click here to see the tentative schedule of events.

Base Camp

Base Camp occurs in September with all Greek chapter presidents and council executive board members.  The retreat’s purpose is to encourage Greek presidents to network, to build their leadership skills to prepare for their role, and to discuss the vision of the greater Greek community.  

Parent Webinars

The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs leads several parent and family webinars covering different topics in the spring semester.  For information, please click here.  

Hazing Prevention, Awareness & Education Training 

Members of the HPC lead introductory training sessions as needed or by request (i.e. Gryphon training) covering the basics of recognizing hazing and how to report.