CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - "Members affiliated with organizations on our campus were involved," according to a letter from the Undergraduate Student Government. "To those organizations, we encourage you to disassociate."
The office of Student Conduct and Community Standards and University of Cincinnati Title IX are actively investigating the incident.
"The banner builds a predatory environment, and no student should ever fear for their safety on campus," student government added. "Undeniably misogynistic, the comments contribute to rape culture by objectifying women. Our institution upholds the values of respect and Inclusiveness."
Cincinnati City Councilman P.G. Sittenfeld took to Twitter to speak out against the controversial banner.
"Offensive misogynistic sign by UC campus reinforces need for collective effort addressing rape culture," the Democratic councilman tweeted.
The university just kicked-off the investigation, but interim president Beverly Davenport already condemned the banner.
"Thank you to those who saw something and said something." Davenport said in a statement. "It clearly is on us, all of us, to make UC a place of dignity and respect for everyone, a place where gender-based attacks, including verbal ones, will not be accepted, and where we will stand together as part of the solution for creating a safe campus for everyone."