Creighton University officials have suspended the campus chapter of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity until 2025.
The statement from Creighton says it conducted an extensive investigation and a review hearing on March 17. The university notified the chapter of the decision today.
The eight-year suspension comes after an investigation into a stabbing on February 11 in a Creighton dorm. 19-year-old Christopher Wheeler is accused of cutting a woman's neck with a pocket knife. He's charged with felony assault. Wheeler's lawyers said he was with members of Phi Kappa Psi at their off-campus house hours before the alleged incident that injured two students. Wheeler has since been banned from campus.