FAIRFAX, Va. - Police said no threat was found after George Mason University’s Johnson Center was evacuated Thursday afternoon for the investigation of a bomb threat.
A university spokesperson said they received a suspicious call involving a bomb threat and sent out an alert to students at 4:10 p.m.
Due to the incident, police said classes and events at the Johnson Center have been postponed or canceled for the remainder of Thursday. All activities at the student center will resume as scheduled on Friday.
The Johnson Center is one of three student center buildings located at the Fairfax campus.