Justice said his office holds education sessions with fraternities and sororities every semester on the dangers of hazing. This chapter had completed the required session, he said.
An official charter suspension is expected when the national organization meets in January. University housing officials would help the brothers staying in the house find other living arrangements, he said.
Justice said the university works with national chapters to determine proper sanctions for hazing incidents.
Another fraternity, Phi Sigma Kappa, was placed on three years of supervised probation in December 2010 for a hazing incident one month earlier.
Police said they entered the fraternity's house in the early morning and found students yelling and throwing food at a lineup of blindfolded students.
The members were ordered to undergo alcohol-abuse and hazing-prevention educational sessions and maintain satisfactory grade point averages.
The fraternity met all of the university's terms and it was removed from probation this year.
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