Anti-LGBTQ language was found on the wall in one of the rooms of an on-campus “undergraduate residence” recently, according to a University of Maryland hate bias incident report log.

The incident was reported to the Office of Diversity and Inclusion on Monday, and University Police are investigating, according to the log. It’s unclear whether the incident occurred in a dorm or on-campus apartment.

The ODI has offered support to those affected and will continue to follow up with Resident Life to provide resources and assistance, according to the log.

University Police spokeswoman Sgt. Rosanne Hoaas did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

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This is the sixth reported hate bias incident of the semester, some of which included anti-Semitic and racist language posted online.

ODI’s new report log keeps track of hate bias incidents after an assessment — where ODI or UMPD reach out to those involved and begin to assess and evaluate the incident — takes place.

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Anti-LGBTQ language was also found earlier in the semester on a whiteboard in La Plata Hall. A photo of the language was taken before it was erased, according to a press release, and University Police are investigating this incident as well.