The suspension placed on the Alpha Rho Chapter of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity at Ohio State has been lifted after the conclusion of a university investigation.
Members of Pi Kappa Alpha, or more commonly known as Pike, were not able to meet or participate in Greek activities during the suspension. According to an Ohio State Police report, the members of Pike were served a suspension notice on April 24.
Dave Isaacs, communications and media relations manager of Student Life, said Pike was reinstated last week.
“The University’s investigation into Pi Kappa Alpha has concluded with no charges against the chapter. Their interim suspension was lifted on June 8,” Isaacs said.
Pike had been placed on interim suspension because of possible violations of the student code of conduct.
Mike Wadas, president of Pike at OSU, was not immediately available for comment, but told The Lantern in May the investigation would not take a long time.
“I can assure you right now that we’re not going to be kicked off campus or anything like that,” Wadas said. “That’s not even a possibility.”
The Pike fraternity is headquartered in Memphis, Tenn.