Two people were killed Monday and a third person was wounded after a shooting in a residence hall on the campus of Texas A&M University-Commerce, the school said.
The shooting occurred in Pride Rock residence hall, the school said in a post on Twitter.
The wounded victim has been taken to a hospital, the school said.
The school canceled classes for the day and evening and recommended that students, faculty and staff shelter in place as a precaution. The shelter in place was lifted a little less than two hours later.
Police are actively investigating, the school said.
Commerce is about 67 miles northeast of Dallas.