A frat house that received a five-year suspension for hazing has been reinstated by the University of Alberta.

Delta Kappa Epsilon was suspended in October 2010 after a video came to light showing students being deprived of sleep and confined in a plywood box as well as being forced to eat vomit.

Dean of Students Frank Robinson lifted the suspension because he believes the group has demonstrated the right attitude and commitment to eliminate hazing.

The fraternity has also undergone anti-hazing and leadership training and checked in regularly with Robinson over the past couple of years.

The group still faces some conditions but they will now be recognized as a student group, meaning they can book space and recruit members on campus.

In a written statement, DKE spokesman David Howe said the fraternity is "excited about returning to campus and being a positive contributor to student life as a recognized student group."

With files from the CBC's Tashauna Reid