ATHENS, Ga. -- The Zell B. Miller Learning Center on the University of Georgia campus was evacuated Friday after a threat was made against the building.
UGA Police said a threat of violence was made over social media. It warned students to stay away from the building on Friday afternoon.
Police evacuated the building while they investigated. Students received several text alerts, phone calls and emails about the situation.
Police say no violence occurred and no student was hurt or in danger at any time.
The all clear was given at around 1:10 p.m. and students were allowed to return.
Authorities are continuing to search for the person behind the threat. That person could face both criminal charges and disciplinary action from UGA.
Here is the official report from UGA police: