CAMPUS SAFETY AND EMERGENCY ALERT
Posted on Feb 01, 2022
The Fort Valley State University Campus Police and Safety has completed its initial investigation of the bomb threat received earlier this morning. The FVSU Campus Police and local and state law enforcement agencies searched all campus facilities and have issued an all-clear. It is safe to return to campus.
As a precaution and until further notice, students and employees will be required to use their FVSU Identification cards to enter the campus and buildings on campus.
All FVSU classes will remain postponed until tomorrow, February 2. Student activities will operate as scheduled today, February 1. All campus operations will resume as normal tomorrow, February 2 at which time, all employees should return to campus.
Normal dining hall hours will resume today, February 1 as follows:
Dinner: 4:00 p.m. - 7 p.m.
The Department of Campus Safety is committed to the well-being and welfare of our entire campus community. Please do your part by remaining vigilant and adhering to campus safety protocols.
Earlier this morning, Fort Valley State University received notification of a bomb threat. Out of an abundance of caution, law enforcement officials are checking all campus facilities.
At this time, campus remains closed. Classes and university operations are postponed until further notice. Employees and commuter students should not report to campus at this time. It is important that students and employees continue to monitor RAVE, and all official FVSU emails and social media sites for notifications of when classroom instruction will resume.
Dining halls are closed until further notice. However, plans are underway to ensure residential students are provided meals.
Once the investigation is complete, you will receive an all-clear message. We ask that you remain calm and report any suspicious activity to FVSU Campus Safety and Police at 478-825-6211. We are working with the proper authorities to thoroughly investigate this potential threat.
This morning, Fort Valley State University received notice of a bomb threat. Campus safety and law-enforcement are investigating. Emergency notifications were sent to the campus community.
The campus is currently on lockdown. Residential students should shelter in place remaining in their residence hall.
Non-residential students and employees should NOT report to campus until further notice. All campus operations have been suspended for the day.
When the investigation is complete, the campus community will be notified with an update.