Seven are dead and three wounded after a 43-year-old former student went on a killing spree Monday at an Oakland, California religious college, CNN reported.
No charges have been filed against One L. Goh and police are still trying to discover the shooter's motive.
Shots were fired at around 10:30 a.m. in a small building that houses Oikos University in East Oakland.
The relationships between Goh and the victims are still unknown.
The small university caters to the Korean-American community and was founded around 10 years ago, ABC News reported.
Goh was a nursing student at Oikos University in the past, but it is unclear whether he dropped out or was expelled from the school.
Goh was detained at a local shopping center after a description of the suspect was released.