"I want to say clearly that such harassment is totally unacceptable and contrary to everything that we as a university stand for," he wrote.
"At a time when anti-Muslim rhetoric has become so loud and pernicious in our country, we should especially embrace our Muslim colleagues and students and let them know that they are safe, welcomed, and valued here,” Miller added.
It’s unclear whether the incident happened on campus or if the harassment was done by another student.
CCSU police said they are trying to sort it all out.
This comes on the heels of an incident that happened at the University of Connecticut.
After the terrorist attacks in Paris, a Muslim student found a racially charged message on his dorm room door. The incident was so offensive, hundreds of students and faculty held an on-campus sit-in.
Students are taking exams now and will be away for winter break, but in January, CCSU is planning an event to bring students together and talk about what happened, in the hopes of bringing people together.
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