ORANGEBURG, S.C. (WACH/AP) --The victim in the South Carolina State shooting has been identified as Brandon Robinson.
Robinson, 20, was a junior and a SC State football player.
During a press conference at the University, officials said Robinson died at Regional Medical Hospital in Orangeburg.
The State Law Enforcement Division is leading the search for those involved in the shooting.
A spokesperson for SLED said agents are searching for the shooter but wouldn't comment further on the investigation.
Claflin University Police released a photo of Justin Benard Singleton, they say he's one of the four suspects in Friday's shooting.
A SC State University spokesperson says the shooting happened outside of the Hugine Suites.
The university is no longer on lockdown, but they urge everyone to be extra careful until the the shooter is located.
South Carolina State University is a historically black university with about 3,200 students in Orangeburg, about 40 miles south of Columbia.
This is the third campus shooting this week.
On Tuesday, a gunman shot and killed another student inside Purdue University's electrical engineering building. Police said Cody Cousins, 23, an engineering student, killed Andrew Bolt, 21, of West Bend, Wisconsin. Cousins was charged with murder.
On Monday, a student was shot and critically injured near a gym at Widener University near Philadelphia. Police were looking for a suspect.
On Wednesday, the University of Oklahoma in Norman briefly shut down after a report of a possible shooting that apparently turned out to be a false alarm, the university's president said.
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*The Associated Press helped contribute to this report.