A fraternity at the University of Vermont has been suspended after circulating a quiz asking members who they would most like to rape.
The survey, which included other more mundane questions about age and grade level, ended with the question, "If I could rape someone, who would it be?"
The quiz, which was given to frat members, was passed from a student to administrators. The school suspended the fraternity Tuesday night and launched an immediate investigation into the quiz and the frat, according to ABC affiliate WVNY.
"This is very appalling to us, quite shocking and quite disconcerting," said Annie Stevens, the associate vice president for student and campus life at the University of Vermont, located in Burlington, Vt.
The national organization of Sigma Phi Epsilon, which oversees campus chapters, called on the University of Vermont chapter to cease operations.
"Sigma Phi Epsilon and its leadership programs are built on the concept of respect for both self and others. Any behavior that demeans women is not tolerated by the fraternity," the organization said in a statement.
The national fraternity said it, too, is investigating the Vermont chapter for policy violations.
While the university was not available for comment about whether the quiz identified any current students as possible targets, they did confirm to WVNY that police are now involved in the investigation into the fraternity.
"Police services are involved," Stevens said. "It has to with the safety of students, since it references rape."
The campus police were not able to comment on the investigation. Burlington police said they were not involved.