CMU Permanently Removes Fraternity for Significant Safety Concerns
Central Michigan University has permanently removed a fraternity sighting significant safety concerns.
On Tuesday, the university released a statement stating they have ended the Phi Sigma Phi’s status as a registered student organization and warn students to stay away from its gatherings and events.
According to CMU officials, the decision stems from multiple accusations of sexual misconduct, hazing, and dangerous behaviors.
Last spring, one of its members died at a fraternity social event. — the university says that also prompted the removal of Phi Sigma Phi.
Now, the fraternity is speaking out against the university’s action, calling what CMU officials said “chilling.”
Phi Sigma Phi contends that they are committed to the safety and security of all its
members and guests.
They also say that the hope that the University will retract its statements.
Here are links to both statements: