Three students agreed to a permanent separation from WVU after an investigation into a student's fall at a fraternity house, according to a University news release.

The fraternity, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, remains under interim suspension after being placed under it in November, according to the release, which was sent on Tuesday morning. About 15 students have agreed to other disciplinary actions.

David Rusko, a senior finance student from Uniontown, Pennsylvania, who was set to graduate in May, fell down the steps at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house while visiting his fraternity brothers on Nov. 10, according to a Nov. 15 WVU press release.

Officers discovered that more than two hours lapsed between Rusko’s fall and a 911 call for help, according to the release.