UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (AP) — A University of Maryland honors student accused of making online threats about a campus rampage is scheduled to plead guilty.

The Prince George's County State's Attorney's office says Alexander Song is scheduled to enter a plea to multiple counts on Tuesday morning.

Song was taken into custody last March after police say he threatened on websites "to kill enough people to make it to national news." Police say he admitted to feeling stressed out at the time, but officers found no weapons in his dorm room or at his parents' house.

Song had been a member of a campus research program for select honor students who explore how science and technology relates with society. He was barred from campus after his arrest.