All classes and college-related activities at Diablo Valley College’s Pleasant Hill campus canceled today while officials investigate “potentially serious threat.”
On the school’s website, the school issued the alert in all capital letters, but the threat was not explained in detail. The school said that the closure was made as a “precaution.”
While all Pleasant Hill classes have been canceled, all classes at the San Ramon location will continue as scheduled.
Diablo Valley College is a community college with campuses in Pleasant Hill and San Ramon in Contra Costa County, California.
DVC is one of three publicly supported two-year community colleges in the Contra Costa Community College District (along with Contra Costa College and Los Medanos College), and was opened in 1949. Current enrollment is more than 22,000 students, and DVC has 300 full-time and 370 part-time instructors.
DVC also offers a variety of occupational specialties, including hotel/restaurant management, culinary arts, dental technology and real estate. DVC has a very active speech and debating team.