Classes and other activities resumed Wednesday at Dallas Baptist University after authorities searched the campus and didn’t discover any devices following a bomb threat.
Police at the Dallas Baptist University received a phone call regarding a bomb and armed threat Tuesday on the campus.
Dallas Baptist University canceled classes and went into a lockdown Tuesday after it received the threat, university officials said.
No one was injured and authorities swept the campus, the university wrote in a message posted to Twitter.
Following an extensive search, no bomb was discovered on campus, university officials said.
The school wrote about 1 p.m. Tuesday it was evacuating the campus immediately due to a threat and “THIS IS NOT A DRILL.”
Those who couldn’t evacuate the main campus, the school wrote, were asked to go to the Burg Center.
A tweet at 1:35 p.m. from the school said the campus was on lockdown and any non-emergency personnel would not be allowed on campus.
Authorities went through every building and room to ensure the safe return for students and faculty.