He said investigations we still ongoing.
“This has caused significant hurt. We are in the process of meeting with the students directly involved and commend them for the courage displayed in these discussions. We have also engaged with the staff,” he said.
During an online class on Thursday, De Vynck allegedly said: "If you don't hand in your practice drawings when we get back, then I will give you something to protest about, and maybe sit on your necks.”
In an apology De Vynck made after her remarks, she said she didn't mean any harm.
"It wasn't my intention and I didn't want to put someone down who lost their lives while people were watching and being helpless.
"I never wanted to offend you. I never wanted to offend Mr Floyd. I would never - I know you need time but just know that I am not a person like that, I am not a racist person. I would never have done that. It was a silly thing that popped into my head."