The University of Missouri is cracking down on some students for breaking rules relating to COVID-19.
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Bill Stackman said in an email Tuesday the school has expelled two students and suspended three others for violating the university’s COVID-19 policies. Additionally, 11 student organizations are currently under investigation for policy violations. Ten of them are either fraternities or sororities.
The university said this month that gatherings of 20 or more people were banned, whether on or off campus.
(This story was last updated at 6:02 a.m. Wednesday.)