Accusations of hazing, sexual misconduct leads to removal of fraternity at CMU
MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. --Central Michigan University announced that the Phi Sigma Phi fraternity has been removed as a registered student organization.
This comes after the school says they had received multiple accusations of sexual misconduct, hazing and a death of one of its members following a social event.
"A trail of repeated, similar accusations against Phi Sigma Phi over the past several years shows a significant threat to the safety of our students," said CMU Vice President Steven Johnson, who oversees Greek life. "Our concerns have been affirmed multiple times by the inability to find witnesses willing to discuss allegations.
Read the university’s full statement here.