Worcester State University’s Sullivan Academic Center reopened this afternoon after being declared secure by the Massachusetts State Police following a bomb threat.
The anonymous threat was reported at approximately 10:15 a.m. In accordance with standard emergency procedures, the building was evacuated and classes were suspended. Students and staff were notified of the closure via the university website, email and text message.
After receiving an all-clear from State Police, all classes, office hours and activities resumed at 12:30 p.m.
State Police will assist Worcester State Police in the investigation.
Hearing Aids Now Part of Services at Speech-Language-Hearing Center
The Hearing Clinic at the Worcester State University Speech-Language-Hearing Center has expanded its services to including hearing aid dispensing, with support from a $73,460 grant from the Health . . .