The fraternity was "suspended" until 2013. That's not the same as being permanently kicked off campus.
At FSU, whenever a fraternity was kicked off, it was only for a certain period of time. They all had the opportunity to come back, when their suspension is over. I don't recall one ever being permanently kicked off, unless their parent organization permanently canceled their charter.
That is the same thing as kicked off in the Greek world.
ATO got booted off campus several times for hazing. And kept coming back.
I don't know if the frat has an on-campus house, but that aside the suspension probably amounts to 'being kicked off campus.' No participation in the Inter-Fraternity Council activities which amounts to no (official) on-campus recruitment of pledges.
Unofficially, the local cops will probably be paying 'special attention' to their parties & other functions. We had a district justice in State College (PA) that who was the type of guy to carry-out those unofficial university vendettas. That's the way it seemed when you were on the receiving-end of unwanted legal attention; now I realize that it was just good practice in keeping the public order.