Phi Gamma Delta fraternity at the University of Kansas has been placed on a two-year probation as the result of a hazing investigation by the school, KU announced today.
"After a thorough investigation, the evidence substantiates that members of Phi Gamma Delta violated the university's hazing policies," Marlesa Roney, vice provost for student success, said in a statement.
The fraternity was placed on interim suspension by KU officials shortly after an incident took place on Sept. 17 at the chapter's house, 1540 Louisiana in Lawrence.
The investigation was not able to substantiate that the hazing resulted in any injuries.
The terms of the probation include:
* Alcohol-free housing through the 2011-12 school year.
* No social events for the remainder of fall 2010, and no social events on chapter grounds through spring 2011.
* A shortened new member education program lasting eight weeks that is coordinated by the graduate trustees.
* Community service hours for all chapter members.
* The chapter must develop programs and recommend policies to eliminate hazing.