Southeast Missouri State Investigates Possible Hazing Incident

CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO - Southeast Missouri State University officials are investigating a report of a sorority hazing incident.

So far, the university is declining to offer details other than to say that the national organization has suspended the university's chapter of Zeta Phi Beta sorority.

The university is conducting its own criminal investigation.

The university could shut down the sorority if hazing is confirmed.  Southeast Missouri State has a zero-tolerance policy on hazing.

Any students involved in hazing could also face disciplinary action ranging from a warning to expulsion.

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