Iniulat ng official publication ng unibersidad, The Varsitarian, nitong Linggo, na walong civil law students ang napatunayang “guilty of violating the Code of Conduct and Discipline and imposing the supreme penalty of expulsion.”
Gayonman, hindi tinukoy sa ulat ng Varsitarian, ang pagkakakilanlan ng mga pinatalsik na estudyante.
Ang resolusyon ay ipinalabas ng fact-finding committee na binuo ni UST Rector Fr. Herminio Dagohoy, O.P., noong 19 Setyembre 2017.
“The University reiterates its commitment to ferret out the truth, determine liability, and impose the appropriate sanctions. In the Eucharistic Celebrations held at the UST Faculty of Civil Law, at the Santuario de San Antonio during the wake and at the UST Chapel during the day of mourning for the death of Horacio, UST has always been one with the Castillo family in the steadfast call for everyone to pray and work together to achieve justice for Horacio and for truth to prevail,” ayon sa pahayag ng UST.
“It recommended a comprehensive review of the Student Handbook and the accreditation process for organizations. It issued an indefinite moratorium on the recruitment and all other activities of all fraternities and sororities in the University,” dagdag ng UST.