SALISBURY, Md. (WJZ) — Staff members are working to address student concerns at Salisbury University after discovering hateful graffiti in a stairwell.

The school says it will take steps to prevent future problems.

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Campus leaders plan to establish new social media accounts to communicate with students.

They will also evaluate the curriculum to be more attentive to the growing diversity.

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A long-term plan includes adding more security cameras and upgrading existing ones.

Right now, there are 750 cameras on campus.

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Students took it upon themselves to cover up the racist graffiti earlier this week with notes of positivity.