BOSTON (CBS) – Are colleges and universities have confirmed that students who are studying in Brussels are safe after a deadly terrorist attack.

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At least 31 people were killed and over 130 injured following Tuesday explosions at the Brussels airport and subway system.

On Tuesday morning, Northeastern University officials said that all five of the school’s students who are currently in Brussels are “safe and well.”

“Upon receiving reports of multiple explosions in Brussels this morning, university officials made direct contact with students who are currently in that city for co-op, study abroad, or personal travel,” Northeastern students said. “The university is monitoring the situation closely in order to provide ongoing assistance and support to members of the Northeastern community currently in that region.”

Two graduate students from Boston College have been accounted for. The school has no undergraduate students in Brussels this semester.

No Boston University students are currently studying in the city.

University of New Hampshire officials said two students are studying in Brussels and one was visiting the area. All three are safe.

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