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PHILADEPHIA (CBS) — Lafayette College has delayed Monday’s exams until Sunday after an online threat against the campus.

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Other exams this week will take place as scheduled.

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On Saturday, someone claiming to be a male student threatened to attack the school in the name of ISIS.

FBI agents and Easton police went room-to-room, but nothing was found.

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“While we are relieved at this outcome, we recognize that the disruption and emotional impact of this event was very real,” Lafayette College President Alison Byerly said in a statement.

She encouraged students to use on-campus services if they needed assistance.

The FBI says the continue to investigate the threat, but there is no current “information to indicate that it’s credible, or that the campus community is in danger.”

Investigators ask anyone with information that may be helpful to contact Lafayette College’s Public Safety at or 610-330-5330.

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If anyone sees something suspicious, they are asked to contact the FBI at 215-418-4000.