One person was found dead at a Colorado university after reports of gunshots on campus.
The University of Colorado Colorado Springs was placed on lockdown Friday morning after reports of shots fired..
Officers have now confirmed they are investigating a death.
Police said there is no active shooter, but still ordered students to “shelter in place” until further notice.
Police were called to the University of Colorado Colorado Springs campus after a report of shots fired, but there was no active shooter as of 9:15 a.m. Friday, campus security said.
Alpine Village dorm residents remain under supervision, but other staff and students are now allowed to leave campus.
Campus security issued an alert to affected residents that said: “Only those in Alpine Village are sheltering in place. We do not want movement in and around these areas. Everyone else is allowed to leave campus.
The school grounds will remain closed for the rest of the day, police said.
UCCS officials had previously issued an urgent alert instructing students to close their doors, turn off their lights and move out of sight.