As a result of an investigation that lasted almost a year, ASU's administration sent a letter on June 6, 2017 to Hope Church, informing them that they were being held liable for 4 code of conduct violations, and that 3 more potential violations had had insufficient evidence presented, but that those rulings were subject to change should new information arise. The seven code of conduct violations in question, 3 of them are the exact policies listed in the original student complaint and covered in the "violations" section of this website, and the rest were all covered directly or indirectly in the "campus concerns" portion of the report, and in the "violations" section of this website. This is a validation by ASU of the claims made by the the student complainants since the beginning of the Hope Church investigation. Below is the decision letter sent by ASU to Hope Church, the primary results of which were:
1) Hope Church employees may no longer be given associate faculty status
2) Hope Church is no longer in "good standing" with the University, according to ASU spokesperson Herminia Rincon
3) Due to #2, ASU's Council of Religious Advisors (CORA) is likely to hold a vote soon on whether to remove Hope Church from the council. If this action is taken, Hope Church will lose several benefits of council membership, including the ability to hold events for free on campus.