MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Administrators at the University of St. Thomas say an investigation is underway after a racist message was left on a student’s door.

University officials say the message was reported to them Friday after it was left on a student’s door in Brady Hall, a men’s dormitory on the school’s St. Paul campus.

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The message read: “N—– go back.”

University officials say that if a student is found to have written the message, they could face sanctions, even expulsion. Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call an anonymous tip line at 651-962-8411.

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“This behavior violates our convictions as a Catholic university and our code of conduct, and it will not be tolerated,” a press release from administrators said, adding: “Regrettably, this is not the first time an incident like this has occurred so let us be very clear: All are welcome here.”

The Pioneer Press spoke with the target of the message, freshman Kevyn Perkins.

“I was so mad that I felt like transferring that same day,” Perkins told the newspaper.

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He says that another incident happened on campus before the fall semester that made him feel he didn’t belong. It was also reported to administrators.