By Jesse Sarles

DURANGO, Colo. (CBS4) – Administrators at Fort Lewis College in Durango have reopened the campus after two people were arrested in connection with a threat that shut down the school earlier on Wednesday.

“A threat of violence was made against FLC. Do not come to campus today, 12/15,” the college wrote in a Facebook post. “Academic buildings are locked and classes are canceled.”

By 2 p.m. Wednesday afternoon, the campus had reopened and two people had been arrested.

View of Durango and Fort Lewis College (file photo credit: iStock/Getty Images Plus)

Fort Lewis officials said they would send out an email later in the day to provide more information about the threat and the suspects.

Jesse Sarles