University of Idaho’s Delta Sigma Phi suspension continues through Spring 2017


The suspension of Delta Sigma Phi fraternity at the University of Idaho will continue through Spring of next year. The university has found that the fraternity house engaged in activities that violate policies on hazing, drug use, and alcohol consumption. Delta Sigma Phi was first suspended in October following an investigation and review regarding allegations about the house. The suspension may be lifted for the 2017-2018 year if the fraternity has an approved live-in advisory and meets organizational requirements and attends ongoing drug and alcohol educational programs.