Officials at the University of Texas at El Paso say they've reopened the campus hours after a reported bomb threat led to a full evacuation.
UTEP said in a statement Tuesday night that the campus was reopened at 7 p.m. MDT.
Students and staff were told at 2 p.m. that a bomb threat had been received and they should evacuate. UTEP Police Chief Cliff Walsh said the evacuation was a precaution.
Walsh declined to detail the threat or say whether police had a suspect, citing their ongoing investigation.
Classes will resume on Wednesday.
UTEP is the latest university campus in the state to receive a bomb threat in recent months.