San Francisco State University officials closed campus buildings and canceled in-person classes on Tuesday as police investigated a threat.
Classes and services would shift to remote modalities if possible after an “anonymous, nonspecific threat” was received, Kent Bravo, a spokesperson for the university, said in a statement.
University buildings, including the library, were closed. Students living on campus were advised to stay in their dormitories until further notice.
Officials increased the public safety presence on campus as the investigation goes forward.
Remote instruction and off-campus work were not expected to be affected, according to the statement, which said those activities “should continue as planned.”
Updates will be provided as more information becomes available.