DURHAM, N.C. (WNCN) — North Carolina Central University announced Tuesday that online classes have been suspended for the last two days after the university experienced a cyberintrusion of systems on campus.

On Sunday, officials with NCCU said that Information Technology Services (ITS) was alerted of a possible cyberintrusion incident on the campus technology systems and began an investigation.

Certain systems, including the campus Wi-Fi network, MyEOL began experiencing disruptions to normal operations. Other systems continue to be operational.



At this time, officials do not believe any personal or sensitive information was compromised. To further assess the situation, ITS will temporarily shut down all critical systems requiring logins with NCCU credentials.

NCCU officials said Monday face-to-face classes will continue to be held as scheduled but online classes will be suspended until further notice.

The suspension of online classes continued Tuesday, according to N.C. Central officials.