The party was held Feb. 19 by the Pundits, Yale's senior prank society, the Yale Daily News reported. About 50 people attended the party during which they allegedly were told to disrobe.
The party was part of the Pundits' "tap" process which involves "tapping" someone whom they want to invite to become a member.
"The biggest problem, and what was dis-inhibiting people, was that they were force-feeding people alcohol and they couldn't say no because of the power dynamic," one student told the newspaper.
Other students reported they were "forced" to kiss other students and another said one Pundit "forced a male friend's face onto another's penis," the Daily News said.
But other students said they didn't see anything out of the ordinary at the party.
Some high-ranking officials at the university have taken notice of the incident given the increasing sensitivity to issues like heavy drinking and hazing at U.S. colleges.
In October, Yale's Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity blindfolded new male recruits and made them march through a part of the campus where female freshmen live while shouting misogynistic slogans involving rape. The fraternity apologized the next day.
The Yale Police Department launched an investigation into the recent allegations after several students were brought to Yale-New Haven Hospital. Police spoke to at least one student who mentioned a possible sexual assault at the party, the newspaper said.
Chief Ronnell Higgins was not available for comment this morning. But he sent an e-mail to the student body Monday referring to a "possible sexual assault involving Yale undergraduates that occurred at an off-campus party on 2/19."
Lindner added, "Yale has no tolerance for sexual intimidation or assault."
Yale College Dean Mary Miller told the Daily News she was equally concerned. "I am deeply disturbed by initial reports of heavy drinking by underage students in a context that could be construed as hazing."
Neither Miller's office and nor the university's public affairs office has responded to a request for comment from AOL News.