Several students at Indiana University South Bend in 2011 filed complaints against campus Chancellor Una Mae Reck, claiming she was violating IU's policy against discrimination by allowing sales of Chick-fil-A sandwiches on campus.
The complaints were based on allegations that the Chick-fil-A chain is intolerant of the gay, bisexual and transgender population.
IU has a policy that prohibits discrimination based on various characteristics, including age, race, marital status, religion and sexual orientation.
The campus controversy died down and Chick-fil-A remains a qualified vendor at IUSB. The chain provided sandwiches for sale at campus dining locations on Wednesday during the 2011-2012 academic year, campus spokesman Ken Baierl said Wednesday.
"During the summer groups of students, faculty and staff occasionally order food items from Chick-fil-A for meetings and events on a catering basis," he said.
Last week Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy stirred up fresh controversy when he said he doesn't support same-sex marriage. Chick-fil-A says it has a history of applying biblically-based principles to its business, such as closing stores on Sundays.