KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- UT's Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity was suspended indefinitely, the university announced on Friday. The school added it won't even "consider allowing the fraternity to reorganize until Spring 2015."
Students were ordered to vacate the PIKE house by 5 p.m. on October 7th.
The fraternity was on interim suspension following the incident last Saturday in which police reported that a member of the organization used an alcohol enema to get drunk.
Fraternity officials have since pleaded guilty to seven specific charges to misconduct related to underage alcohol consumption in connection with that night's events as well as two more charges stemming from another incident on August 31.
The suspension followed an agreement between the university and the fraternity, which also notified the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity headquarters that it would surrender its charter to the national organization on Friday.
In addition, the university announced Student Life Vice-Chancellor Tim Rogers will convene a task force of alumni, students, faculty, and staff to review Greek life and try to improve "a personal sense of responsibility" among members and encourage them to contribute more to campus life.