Classroom Where UNC Charlotte Shooting Happened Will Not Be Used In Upcoming School Year

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The classroom where two UNC Charlotte students were killed and four others were injured in a shooting will not be used during the upcoming school year.

Philip Dubois, the Chancellor for UNC Charlotte, released the information in a letter sent to students, faculty, staff and alumni.

Dubois also says the safety and security department at the university will work to create training opportunities for faculty and staff in advance of the start of the next academic year.

This comes on heels of a shooting that happened on April 30th in the Kennedy Building on campus.  Students Reed Parlier and Riley Howell were both killed in the shooting.

The suspect is facing a slew of felony charges including murder.