“At the beginning of the investigation into the incidents involving the tragic death of student Stone Foltz, BGSU committed to a fair, thorough and accountable disciplinary process,” said Alex Solis, deputy chief of staff and university spokesperson. “Today, the University has concluded that process. All 21 students charged were found responsible for a total of 83 violations of the BGSU Code of Student Conduct, including hazing, harm to and endangering others and furnishing alcohol.”
Solis said that the university also released a report conducted by a school working group on best practices to combat hazing and that the school will continue to “take all necessary measures to eradicate hazing.”
CNN has reached out to Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity regarding the disciplinary action taken by the university.
An autopsy showed that Foltz had a blood alcohol content of .35, which is more than four times the legal limit.
Following Foltz’s death, the international fraternity said it had a zero-tolerance policy toward illegal activity, including hazing, and placed the BGSU chapter on interim suspension.
In April, the international fraternity revoked the BGSU chapter’s charter, expelled all its current undergraduate members and further extended its sympathies to the Foltz family.