Reported bomb threats in Texas, North Dakota
Associate Vice President, Public Affairs and Government Relations, IU Communications
As you may already be aware, earlier today, September 14, two public universities in Texas and North Dakota were evacuated after receiving bomb threats. Both of those universities - the University of Texas at Austin and North Dakota State University - have since reopened their campus buildings after no bombs were found.
Additionally today, Valparaiso University reported an unspecified threat of violence to the campus. This alert has since ended.
Currently, there have been no such threats reported at any of Indiana University's campuses. In the event that an emergency or urgent situation that may require action or attention surfaces, the University will promptly alert students, faculty, and staff through text messages, e-mails and phone calls sent via IU-Notify and make information available on http://protect.iu.edu.
Though no threats have been reported, students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to update their IU-Notify contact information.
Make sure to enter your cell phone number into the text message field! Texting is the quickest way to receive the notifications.