The University of Guelph issued an evacuation alert yesterday for part of its campus in response to a security risk at the institution. CBC reports that police were made aware of a bomb threat at the institution. Three on-campus buildings—Rozanski Hall, the Bullring, and the Landscape Architecture building—were evacuated in the morning. Exams that were scheduled to be held in Rozanski Hall on Monday were largely rescheduled or moved to other locations on campus. Global News reports that Guelph police officers were on the scene to assist the university. The university encouraged community members to avoid the area. No explosive device was found and the alert was ended at 2:50 PM.