Please read more about these requirements and how to submit below; if you have any questions please contact Tad Derrick, Assistant Director of Harm Reduction and Compliance.
Submit your presentation information through the Harm Reduction Educational Presentation Information form.
The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life has created educational requirements to ensure students are educated on the topics of alcohol and substance abuse, interpersonal violence and bystander intervention, hazing, and mental health. Chapters are required to host or attend harm reduction programs on at least two topics over a calendar year as part of the Annual Chapter Expectation (ACE) Program. One of those must be on the topics of alcohol/substance abuse, interpersonal violence/bystander intervention, hazing, or mental health. The other may come from a harm reduction topic of their choice. Hosting the presentation secures one out of a possible two points per program. In order to secure the second point a chapter attendance of 70% or greater must be achieved and a list of attendees submitted with the form.
- Alcohol and Substance Abuse
- Attendees will be able to identify harm reduction strategies related to alcohol.
- Attendees will be able to describe risks associated with specific behaviors, such as binge drinking or mixing drugs and alcohol.
- Attendees will understand and be able to implement strategies for intervening when a member is engaging in risky behavior.
- Sexual Assault and Interpersonal Violence (IPV)
- Attendees will be able to define consent and how consent impacts relationships and interactions.
- Attendees will be able to describe at least three signs of a healthy relationship and at least three warning signs of an unhealthy relationship.
- Attendees will be familiar with on and off-campus resources for both reporting sexual assault and IVP, and for receiving additional post-trauma support.
- Bystander Intervention
- Attendees will be able to define bystander intervention.
- Attendees will be able to identify situations where bystander intervention can be used.
- Attendees will understand and be able to implement common intervention tactics.
- Attendees will be able to identify common reasons why bystanders fail to intervene.
- Attendees will understand the University of South Carolina’s policy on hazing.
- Attendees will be able to define at least three common examples of hazing related to the fraternity/sorority experience.
- Attendees will understand the variety of ways to report hazing at the University of South Carolina.
- Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life
- Sexual Assault/Violence Intervention and Prevention Office (SAVIP)
- Substance Abuse Prevention and Education Office (SAPE)