CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- A video clip is circulating on Twitter concerning the Multicultural Student Center at the University of Virginia.

The original version of the video was reportedly posted by a friend of the unidentified woman who speaks in it, but that post has since been deleted.

It was reposted by the Young America's Foundation, and the woman makes a "public service announcement" regarding the number of white people using the facility.

UVA has tweeted a comment saying the center and others like it on Grounds are open to all members of the UVA community.

It added the relocation and expansion of the center was "part of an effort to offer a variety of spaces that embrace and support the diversity of this institution."

The university has also expanded its LGBTQ Center and created Latinx-focused and Interfaith centers.

"I believe deeply that we need to build a community that is not just diverse, but also inclusive," said UVA President Jim Ryan at the opening of the new centers.

There are also other student-focused areas, including the 1515 Building on the UVA Corner, which opened in 2017, and Ern Commons, which opened in 2012.