Farmhouse International Fraternity Shutters Mizzou Chapter

Mar 20, 2018

In a joint statement, the University of Missouri and Farmhouse International Fraternity announced the closure of MU's fraternity chapter after allegations of hazing and other misconduct involving alcohol. 

Over the past few years, disciplinary issues have plagued Greek life across the country, including at the University of Missouri, which has seen numerous temporary and permanent fraternity closures.

"We are committed to ensuring students can come to Mizzou and benefit from fraternities and sororities in a safe and educational manner," Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Gary Ward said in the statement. "Any person or action that compromises the safety of students on our campuses will be dealt with swiftly and strongly."