NORTHRIDGE (CBSLA) – Cal State Northridge was investigating reports Wednesday of yet another threat against the university.

In a statement, CSUN said a post circulating on social media claimed the school’s Pride Center was allegedly being targeted.

READ MORE: Man To Be Extradited To Long Beach To Face Murder Charges In Killings Of 2 Over Parking

The university did not provide additional details of the threat.

READ MORE: COVID-19 Hospitalizations Drop While Cases Remain On The Rise In LA County

A heavy police presence Thursday is expected at the Pride Center – which supports lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) and questioning university members.

The incident marked a third threat facing CSUN in the past week.

An expletive-filled letter was found at the university’s Redwood Hall Monday night, threatening to hurt faculty and students Wednesday – the start of final exams. The note also threatened Northridge Academy High School, which is located on CSUN’s campus.

Graffiti, including a swastika and the threat of a mass shooting, was found in a bathroom in Sierra Hall on Dec. 5.

MORE NEWS: Woman Says She Was Refused Service At An Encino Dunkin' Donuts For Being Deaf

Another incident of graffiti, including multiple swastikas and “121218,” in reference to Wednesday’s date, were found scrawled on a bathroom wall two weeks ago.