ATLANTA — Members of a fraternity are being investigated for possibly violating the student code of conduct at a suburban Atlanta university.

News media outlets are quoting Kennesaw State University officials as saying the investigation involves the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. They did not release any details about what the members allegedly did.

The reports say officials have issued an order temporarily banning all chapter activities both on and off campus, including planned events.

Vice President for Student Affairs K.C. White said in a statement that officials won’t tolerate behavior that threatens the campus community’s safety.

WSB-TV reports that it attempted unsuccessfully to obtain a comment from the fraternity.