Officials at Florida A&M University have suspended sorority, Delta Sigma Theta for hazing.
The sorority was informed of their three-year suspension on Thursday, with the ban lasting until June 30, 2016.
The school’s chapter had already been on “inactive” status for over four months for an incident reported on the university’s anti-hazing website in February.
Now that they have been officially suspended, Delta’s aren’t allowed to wear their letters or any other sorority insignia.
FAMU officials said In a press release, school officials said “Any student who violates the directive may be subject to individual discipline.”
So far, no criminal charges have been filed against any students, but local law enforcement have investigated the claims.
According to William Hudson Jr., FAMU’s vice president of student affairs, the school’s investigation showed the sorority violated their Code of Student Conduct.
FAMU has taken serious anti-hazing measures since the tragic hazing-related death of drum major, Robert Champion in November, 2011.