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Three Greek organizations suspended at UNG amid alcohol, hazing investigation
UNG Dahlonega

Two sororities and one fraternity at the University of North Georgia Dahlonega campus are under an interim suspension pending an investigation, according to university officials.

“It ranges from violation of (the) alcohol policy to hazing,” UNG communications director Sylvia Carson said. “We aren’t able to comment any further until the investigation, which is ongoing, is wrapped.”

The two sororities are Phi Mu and Kappa Delta, and the fraternity is Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

An email to Phi Mu’s chapter for comment was not returned. Messages were left for the national organizations for Kappa Delta and Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

Carson said the alleged incidents were separate and occurred sometime in January and February. During the interim suspension, the organizations are not allowed to participate in any activities on campus until the investigation is completed.