Wed February 5, 2014
SU Greek Fraternity Suspension Extended
Sigma Alpha Epsilon suspension at Salisbury University has been extended another 15 months.
The Greek social fraternity was initially suspended for a year and a half following hazing and alcohol abuse allegations.
The suspension has been extended because of charges that the campus chapter had been recruiting members while on suspension.
That is a violation of the conditions for reinstatement.
The Salisbury Daily Times reports that the fraternity would return in the summer of 2015 and stretches a post-suspension probationary period to 2017.
The national headquarters for the fraternity announced on Sunday that, effective immediately, it would suspend the charter of the SU chapter.