COLUMBUS (WCMH) – The Ohio State University has laid out its plan to work with 37 suspended fraternities to address issues within the Interfraternity Council community.
In the eight-page plan, the university addresses seven different topics, including: recruitment, new member activities and involvement of parents, advisors and alumni.
The steps include submitting plans for recruiting activities that must be approved by the Office of Student Life Sorority and Fraternity Life.
They must also submit plans to educate new members and commit to anti-hazing education.
The university suspended those 37 fraternities last month because 11 of them were under investigation. The investigations were due to reports of alcohol and hazing.