You can add West Virginia University officials to the list of institutional leaders cracking down on students who break the rules pertaining to coronavirus.
KDKA-TV has the details.
The 29 members of the fraternity have been charged with a failure to comply with isolation or quarantine orders.
The suspension means these students are banned from campus and cannot take classes in-person or online.
“Immediate interim suspensions are used when we determine a student presents a safety risk to campus,” Dean of Students Corey Farris said. “We know that these parties act as super spreaders. Their flagrant disregard for the health and safety of their classmates, our campus, and the entire Morgantown community will not be tolerated.”
The decision comes only a couple of days after Northeastern University suspended almost one-dozen students for the remainder of the fall term.