A campuswide lockdown was in place Wednesday after a shooting at a UCLA campus.
A gunman entered a building on campus around 10 a.m.
Wednesday and opened fire before taking his own life, police said.
The shooting was the fourth at UCLA this year.
In June, the university said a gunman killed two people and wounded another during an argument on campus.
The gunman was shot dead.
On Thursday, the school announced it was suspending classes and ordering an investigation into what it called “an unacceptable act of violence.”
It’s not clear whether any students or staff were affected by the lockdown, and no arrests were made.UCLA Chancellor Gene Block said the school was reviewing security procedures to ensure safety.
He did not immediately return a call for comment.
The UCLA campus is located in the heart of Los Angeles, one of the most expensive cities in the United States.