A two-story frat house in the Georgia College campus, located in downtown Milledgeville, went up in flames Sunday.

Crews from the Milledgeville Fire Department responded to reports of a fire at Theta Chi House, at 230 N. Columbia Street at 7 p.m. EST. Although the building itself sustained extensive damage from the flames and was described by officials as a “total loss,” there were no reported injuries, FOX/ABC-affiliated WGXA reported

The building housed 10 students from the college, all of whom were inside when the frat house caught fire, but managed to get out in time and were accounted for by authorities, according to Milledgeville Fire Department Chief William Collier. He added his department had arranged housing for the night for the fraternity members who lived in the building.

Collier also confirmed the fire started at the rear of the house, although the exact cause was not known and was under investigation.

Fire crews worked for over 20 minutes to bring the blaze under control. Even after the flames were extinguished, the scene remained an active one, with parts of the building sparking up every now and then.

A GoFundMe page was opened for Theta Chi after the fire, which managed to collect more than $11,000 in two hours of their targeted amount of $15,000.

“On Sunday February 10, the Theta Chi house at Georgia College burned down with most of the resident’s belongings still inside the house. Luckily everyone made it out safe but many of these boys lost all they had with them at college in the fire,” the fundraiser said.

Fire A frat house in the Georgia College campus, located in downtown Milledgeville, went up in flames. In this representational image, A forestry firefighter cools a burning modular home to protect a nearby structure in Deerhorn Valley near Jamul, California, Oct. 24, 2007. Photo: Getty Images/ David McNew