HAMPTON, Va. -- A spokeswoman for Hampton University in Virginia says three people have been taken to a hospital after a shooting in a dorm.
Spokeswoman Yuri Rodgers Milligan says police believe the shooter is a former student who was one of the three injured early Sunday.
A night manager for the Harkness Hall dorm at the school in southeastern Virginia was also hurt.
The third victim was not identified but was not a student.
Milligan says all three are alive but she doesn't have an update on their conditions. Officials don't yet know the shooter's motive.
Per university policy, all students, faculty and staff were notified about the situation via text message and e-mail.
The school remains on lock down while police investigate.