A number of law students have been expelled from the University of Exeter over allegations of racism.
An internal investigation was launched in March after "vile" comments from Bracton law society's WhatsApp group were shared on social media.
Those involved received expulsions, suspensions and other sanctions, according to an email sent to staff and students.
A university spokesman has said the outcomes are subject to appeal.
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Messages by members of the society on WhatsApp were revealed by a student and shared more than 2,000 times on Facebook.
At the time the investigation was launched one of the students issued a "sincere apology for his inexcusable comments", saying: "I will not attempt to excuse and deny any of the statements I have made. The comments, which I shall not repeat, are inexcusable and undeniably wrong.
"I would like to make it publicly known that I do not honestly believe any of the things I have said."
Vice Chancellor Professor Sir Steve Smith said there was "no place" for "unacceptable racist, sexist and bigoted behaviour".
"These outcomes are subject to appeal", he added: "but they show our absolute commitment to take serious action against those whose behaviour is fundamentally at odds with the commitment to inclusivity, tolerance and respect that lies at the heart of everything we stand for."
The university said it had also established a new "Provost Commission" to work towards an "open diverse and safe university community".
It is unknown how many students have been expelled.