OXFORD, OH (FOX19) - Miami University confirmed on Thursday the university is investigating 21 allegations of hazing from more than 12 fraternities and sororities tied to this year's "new-member" process.
"Over the past few weeks we received reports related to the fraternity new-member process that have led to serious concerns, and we are thoroughly investigating all of them," Miami University's News and Communication Assistant Director Carole Johnson said.
The university said the allegations stem from 12 fraternities and sororities. The investigation has taken place in the last three weeks.
"Miami does not tolerate hazing. Behaviors that endanger the health or safety of others violate the values of our fraternal organizations as well as of the university," Johnson said.
No suspensions have been handed down at this time.
Miami University is requiring chapters to initiate their new members by Friday to end the new-member process for the spring.
"By ending the new-member process for this spring earlier than scheduled, our fraternity community will be able to communicate expectation and monitor behaviors more quickly," Johnson said.
Mike Curme, Dean of Students at Miami University, released the following statement.