ISU fraternity suspended for anti-LGBTQ vandalism

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The Kappa Sigma chapter at Illinois State University (ISU) has been suspended because of vandalism last year.

ISU’s media relations office said that the fraternity went through the student conduct process and was found responsible for violating the student conduct code. The process was started because of anti-LGBTQ vandalism to other fraternity houses in the fall of 2022.

Media director Eric Jome said that the ISU Dean of Students Office will work with the national organization in advance of that date to create a return agreement should they wish to be reinstated. Kappa Sigma is suspended through December 31, 2025.

The notice of the suspension was posted on the Dean of Students website. Specific violations of the code of student conduct are noted on the website along with general information about conditions of disciplinary suspension.