By: Julie Montanaro | WCTV Eyewitness News
November 9, 2017
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- Florida State University stated Thursday that the Greek organization suspension will remain in place as the school works to change the student culture on campus.
Vice President of Student Affairs, Amy Hecht, says they’ve met with 750 students in 48 hours at gatherings around campus. They have continued receiving input and recommendations from students, as well as calls and emails from parents.
Hecht stated, “We’re not only grieving as a community the loss of Andrew, we’ve also really had to start making significant change in a culture that’s been embedded at Florida State for some time. It’s going to be a slow road ahead for us.”
FSU is not setting any timeline for the suspension or specifying any changes it’s considering.