People involved on-campus have started to take more safety precautions following Monday's shooting.
According to the Star Tribune, about 100 students attended a public safety forum at Centennial Hall on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, 54 people requested the campus security escort service on Tuesday, followed by 45 people requesting the service on Wednesday. The average number of requests the week before the shooting was about 10-15 per night, according to the Minnesota Daily.
An assistant manager for the University Security Monitor Program said that they were able to handle the increased volume of requests for security escorts, according to the Minnesota Daily.