SALISBURY, Md. (AP) — Salisbury University says a fraternity suspended after accusations of hazing a pledge has violated its suspension by continuing to recruit members and will have to wait even longer to return to campus.

Salisbury University says Sigma Alpha Epsilon will be off campus until summer 2015 because it violated its suspension, and it will be on probation through summer 2017.

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The fraternity will be eligible for a review in the summer of 2015 to determine if it can return in the fall of 2015. The fraternity’s original year and a half suspension was supposed to be up for review this semester.

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The fraternity’s national headquarters says it has suspended the chapter’s charter. University officials say the charter was not suspended two years ago when the university initiated sanctions against the fraternity.

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