BUFFALO, N.Y. — University Police at Buffalo State College say they have found no evidence suggesting a bomb threat on campus is credible.

The threat forced classes to be canceled Thursday and all staff and students were sent home. Buffalo State says classes will also be canceled Friday and will not resume until after spring break on Monday, April 4.

University Police and law enforcement partners continue to investigate.

Only critical-essential employees, after consulting with their supervisors, are asked to report to campus Friday. All other employees are asked to consult their supervisors about remote working arrangements.

Students who live on campus are now allowed to leave their rooms again, however the Campbell Student Union will not reopen until Friday. Officials say meals will be delivered to students in residence halls in the meantime.

Normal operations for employees will resume Monday, March 28.

This story is developing and will continue to be updated as more information becomes available.