MADISON, Wis. -

Anti-Semitic graffiti was found in a University of Wisconsin-Madison dormitory over the weekend, a campus spokeswoman said.

Meredith McGlone said swastikas were drawn on whiteboards of three Sellery Hall dormitory doors on Sunday.

McGlone said students from another college, who were visiting UW-Madison, drew the swastikas on three doors they selected at random.

She said UW-Madison takes campus climate seriously. The affected students are being provided information and support.

McGlone said UW-Madison officials will contact officials at the students' college to "provide information about the incident for any action that may be appropriate."