Phi Sigma Phi fraternity temporarily suspended due to violations
Effective Aug. 21, the Phi Sigma Phi Fraternity chapter at Central Michigan University has been temporarily suspended, pending an investigation.
According to the Fraternity and Sorority Life page on the university’s website, PSP is temporarily suspended for violating the CMU Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities involving the alcohol policy, violations by Registered Student Organizations and violation of university regulations.
This is the fourth Greek organization in less than a year that has been suspended at CMU. In November 2017, Pi Kappa Phi was suspended indefinitely after failing to comply with prior sanctions and a hazing complaint. In January, Phi Kappa Tau was suspended until 2020 for student conduct violations. Sigma Lambda Gamma, a sorority at CMU, was suspended by their national chapter in February until 2028 for alleged hazing.
Tom Idema, director of the Office of Student Conduct, said PSP is being investigated for violations that occurred on two different occasions. He said he is not sure when the investigation will conclude.