The fraternity says it was notified late Sunday of a lawsuit filed by the family of Mr. Bogenberger.
Executive Vice President Justin Buck stated, "The Fraternity continues to express its deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Mr. Bogenberger.
"The Fraternity maintains Standards with respect to alcohol and hazing which has led to the subsequent suspension of the Eta Nu Chapter and its former undergraduate members."
"The International Fraternity does not manage or control the day-to-day activities of the affiliated chapters nor their adult members. However, it has and will continue to provide resources and education on alcohol abuse and hazing through its website; partnership with programs such as hazingprevention.org and anti-hazing hotline; and through its educational conferences which have an annual attendance of over 3300 students."