The College of Wooster has received another bomb threat.
The college tweeted around 10:20 a.m. that a second bomb threat was received.
Classes were canceled, academic buildings were closed, and others were only accessible by card swipe.
The college said it would provide updates as they come in.
Explosive detection dogs responded to the College of Wooster earlier Monday to investigate a bomb threat against the school. According to administrators, a college staff member found a threatening handwritten note that was "very specific" to a College of Wooster library.
2nd bomb threat received. Classes cancelled, academic buildings closed, others accessible by card swipe only. More updates as we have them.
— College of Wooster (@WoosterEdu) December 7, 2015