Delta Upsilon returns to campus

The fraternity, rocked by sexual assault allegations in the spring, was removed from temporary suspension.

The Delta Upsilon chapter house on Tuesday, June 6.

Maddy Fox

The Delta Upsilon chapter house on Tuesday, June 6.

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A University of Minnesota fraternity rocked by sexual assault allegations this spring was removed from temporary suspension Friday.

Delta Upsilon will remain on probation until it completes a redevelopment plan drafted by Delta Upsilon’s international offices, said James Ehrmann, program director of Fraternity and Sorority Life.

While on probation, the fraternity won’t be able to self-govern and all the chapter’s decisions must be approved by the headquarters, Ehrmann said.

“Any policy, program or events that the chapter wants to update or host must be approved by the headquarters office,” he said.

Some details of the probation are still being decided, like the extent to which the fraternity can participate in Interfraternity Council activities, like recruitment.

“Moving forward, we’re continuing to work with both the fraternity as well as the IFC to support the chapter as they’re working through redevelopment phase but also to determine what their engagement looks like,” Ehrmann said.

Correction: A previous version of this article misstated when DU faced allegations of sexual assault. Those allegations came this spring semester.