UPDATE \u2014 UConn says classes should be expected to resume after 12:30 today. In a text message sent to students at 9:37 a.m. this morning, UConn officials told students there was an active bomb threat at the Tasker Building at the Storrs Campus. The Tasker Building is also known as the school\u2019s admissions building. The full text alert read: \u201cUConn Alert: There is a bomb threat at the Tasker Building, A.K.A. Admissions. If you are in or near this location evacuate now. Go toalert.uconn.edu\u00a0[for information]\u201c Update: Second alert sent out at 10:06 a.m. 10:06 a.m. \u2013 UConn has updated their previous text alert, sending a new alert at 10:06 a.m. telling all Storrs-campus students to \u2018shelter in place.\u2019 The second text alert reads: \u201cUConn Alert Update: Shelter in place at Storrs campus. Do not make independant decision to evacuate buildings.\u201d Update: All students and faculty traveling to campus told to stop 10:10 AM \u2014 University of Connecticut staff are advising all faculty, staff and students who aren\u2019t already on the main campus to stay off campus until the bomb threat at one of the buildings in Storrs is cleared. The following message was sent out 20 minutes ago: \u201cUpdate: At 9:50am, all faculty, staff and students who are travelling to Storrs campus or plan to travel to campus, are advised to stay off campus at this time until further direction is provided.\u201d UConn\u2019s Tasker Building. The Tasker Building According to the UConn website, the Tasker Building is a hub for admissions at the school. \u201cAll undergraduate applications are reviewed by the Admissions staff working in the Tasker Building (TSK),\u201d the University\u2019s maps site says. The building is located near the North Parking Garage, and is proximate to the Student Union building, as well as the student gym , field house, and UConn Foundation building. Few students would commonly use this building, unless they were employed by the University Admissions department. UConn The University of Connecticut is a public, co-ed college located in Storrs, CT. It is home to some 18,000 students, including graduate and undergraduate students. It was founded primarily as an agricultural school in the late 19th century, but has since become one of the top public universities in the country, regularly placing among the top-20 public schools as ranked by U.S. News and World reports. Both its men\u2019s and women\u2019s basketball teams are currently playing in the NCAA tournament. Both the men\u2019s and women\u2019s\u00a0teams have reached to Final Four this year.