Over the weekend, the Lafayette College Board of Trustees told the school's fraternities and sororities they need to make improvements or face being shut down.
According to the Morning Call, the board says Lafayette's entire Greek system could be in danger if things don't change within three years.
The board's vote was in response to a report -- which we've included here -- by a panel at the college that looked at Lafayette's fraternities and sororities.
According to its report, the panel found a lack of diversity among the houses, excessive alcohol use and -- perhaps most disturbingly -- that "24 percent of Greek students reported experiencing unwanted sexual contacts."
And as a result, the school has set goals for its 11 fraternities and sororities, including a call to be more open to the entire student body, and to bring its grades and conduct to the same level as their non-Greek peers.
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