MiamiHerald / Following the lead of other major college campuses , Florida International University announced Friday that it will suspend Greek life for at least one month starting at the beginning of 2018.
FIU President Mark Rosenberg sent a letter to students and employees announcing that activities from Greek fraternities and sororities would be suspended for a month starting Jan. 1. He cited “growing concerns” about Greek life at FIU and on other college campuses as the reason.
“I appreciate the work done thus far by Greek leaders who understand that the current state is not acceptable,” Rosenberg said in the letter. “I hope all members of the Greek community at FIU will join me in ensuring that we take this opportunity to establish and observe norms that are consistent with safe and respectful behavior that uplifts the community and provides a supportive culture of growth and tolerance.”
Rosenberg’s move comes after the deaths of fraternity pledges at campuses nationwide and at Florida State University .
FIU to suspend Greek life at the beginning of 2018
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