Kappa Alpha Fraternity suspended by San Diego State after student injured

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — San Diego State has suspended one of its fraternities, the university announced in a statement late Friday.

The university placed the Kappa Alpha fraternity on indefinite suspension while the school investigates an incident in which someone at a fraternity house near campus had to be given medical assistance, according to SDSU Director of Media Relations La Monica Everett-Haynes

Officials also did not disclose any further details on the nature of the incident.

“We are looking into this and will be glad to report back when there are more facts known,” a national representative of the Kappa Alpha Order told KUSI.

The university has reached out to the person involved in the incident, as well as the person’s family, officials said.

“The health and well-being of all members of the campus community is of utmost importance to San Diego State University,” the email statement said.

The fraternity had previously been on probation through 2018, according to the SDSU Greek Life website.

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