Santa Fe College closes campus for the evening after bomb threat

Press release from Santa Fe College

Tuesday afternoon, Santa Fe College received a non-specific bomb threat via phone call to the Northwest Campus. Although the college was able to determine there was no imminent threat, college officials made the decision to close the Northwest Campus and all SF centers for the evening and cancel all classes for the night. 

Closing the college gives officials the opportunity to allow law enforcement to continue their investigation and determine if the college is safe for students, faculty, and staff in the morning. 

College officials want to make sure the community is aware of the college’s Safety and Risk Management webpage, which includes information as to what you should do in the event of a Bomb Threat, including the college’s Bomb Threat Call Procedures form

Additional information coming by 9:30 p.m.