A pair of San Diego State fraternities were hit with penalties following their involvement last Spring in a major drug bust on campus.
School officials noted that the Theta Chi fraternity has been expelled for at least three and a half years for its role in the drug-ring scandal, while Phi Kappa Psi was suspended for 18 months.
Members from both fraternities were among more than 100 people taken into custody earlier this year as part of Operation Sudden Fall.
During the drug bust investigation, agents allegedly discovered evidence of widespread drug-dealing among some fraternity members. Drugs reportedly involved included marijuana, cocaine and Ecstasy.