University recognition revoked for Phi Sigma Kappa
Effective immediately, Cornell University recognition is revoked for the Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity for a period of no less than 1 year, as a result of an incident that occurred on December 2, 2012, involving underage and excessive alcohol consumption, as well as a history of similar infractions over the past two years. The chapter may appeal the decision within 48 hours. In accordance with the recognition policy, no chapter may take advantage of the benefits of recognition – including the recruitment of new members – without university recognition.
Vice President for University Communications
The decision described below was appealed by the chapter. The outcome of the appeal is detailed in a February 4, 2013 statement from VP Tommy Bruce.