A fraternity at Middle Tennessee State University has been disbanded following a series of infractions in recent years.
According to The Murfreesboro Post, the local chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon has lost its charter and will no longer be able to participate in MTSU Greek life once the current semester is over.
The decision, given by the Tennessee Beta Alumni Commission, cited a string of alcohol-related offenses and hazing allegations.
The 53 fraternity brothers are prohibited from participating in Greek life, which includes intramural events.
They are also not allowed to be actively involved with the national organization until after they graduate from college.
School officials stated they are working with national and state headquarters to follow through with the disbandment and ensure the students are removed from Greek Row by the end of the semester.
The students will be required to live somewhere else when school returns for the 2014 spring semester.
SAE's current house will most likely be given to another fraternity that doesn't currently have residential quarters on campus.
*The Murfreesboro Post contributed to this report.