The all clear signal has been given at Texas A&M University in College station after a bomb threat was determined to be a hoax, school officials said Monday.

The university received a bomb threat late Monday morning via electronic communication, school officials said. Bomb sniffing dogs, police, and explosives experts were call in and they searched the Evans Library and Student Computer Center among other buildings on campus for hours.

The buildings were also evacuated as a precautionary measure, according to the school's Web site.

Exams are underway at Texas A&M.

After officials checked out facilities, the all clear signal was given and the alert was ended after it was determined that the bomb threat reported this morning was a hoax.

University officials said facilities would remain closed until further notice.