A University of Kansas fraternity has agreed to remain suspended while a sexual assault investigation continues.
The university sent a letter Friday to the president of the school’s Kappa Sigma chapter. In it, university student conduct and community standards coordinator Joshua Jones wrote that it could be after the beginning of December before the investigation is completed.
Jones noted that the fraternity’s agreement to remain suspended is not an admission of wrongdoing.
The fraternity has been on interim suspension since Sept. 30. University Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little has said that “disturbing and serious” behavior was reported at a party.
Kappa Sigma Fraternity’s executive director, Mitchell Wilson, said the national organization also continues to investigate and is working with law enforcement and the university.
Associated Press information from: the Lawrence Journal-World