The Alverno College grounds is shut for the day in view of a bomb risk.
It was discovered just before 9 a.m., and 1,700 undergraduates and graduates understudies, were moved to a safe place just as the early classes and two halls were emptied in the College.
The Milwaukee Fire Department affirmed it is reacting to a call that the school got a danger in a letter. A grounds fire caution was additionally actuated, an office representative said. Alverno College shut and emptied its grounds Monday morning for a bomb danger, as indicated by a crisis text-based notification to grounds.
As indicated by the Alverno College advertising chief, a letter was found on grounds that discussed a bomb danger.
Alverno has dropped all classes and occasions on grounds for Monday, March 25.
The 200 Students that were over there have been moved to another area.
Below is a statement from a spokeswoman for Alverno College:
“Alverno College officials and the Milwaukee Police responded to the threat of a bomb on campus the morning of March 25. An initial search of campus revealed that there was no threat, but the college remains closed the rest of the day, including all day and evening classes. The safety of the Alverno community has and always will be our top priority”