The Kappa Sigma fraternity has been placed on interim suspension by the Cal Poly Dean of Students Office. The suspension went into effect Oct. 25.
The suspension comes from allegations of an unregistered party in mid-September that may have violated “university recruitment and alcohol policies,” according to university spokesperson Matt Lazier.
The Dean of Students website states that the investigation is due to “alleged violation of recruitment, party registration, alcohol and drugs policy.”
Kappa Sigma is required to suspend all functions, events and activities until the investigation is complete. The university will maintain the temporary suspension until they can fully investigate allegations against the fraternity.
“Cal Poly’s Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities will work with the chapters and their respective national headquarters to conduct investigations in as timely a manner as possible,” Lazier wrote in an email to Mustang News.
Kappa Sigma President Jackson Reznicek declined to comment.