EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) - The University of Southern Indiana held a news conference Tuesday morning to discuss the investigation into the Phi Delta Theta fraternity.
At the news conference, USI Dean of Students Dr. Bryan Rush said he believes the fraternity violated five code of conduct regulations set by the university.
Rush says the actions allegedly occurred off campus and did involve minor consumption of alcohol. The Phi Delta Theta fraternity was placed on suspension in October.
As for whether any USI students are facing criminal charges, Vanderburgh Co. Sheriff Dave Wedding tells us the sheriff's office hasn't been called to investigate.
Rush says the university has no intention of allowing the fraternity back on campus in the future.
Mason Hendricks is a junior at USI and a member of the fraternity. He sent us this statement on Wednesday: