Student Found Dead At University Of Arkansas-Fort Smith Campus

An unidentified student at the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith was found dead on March 1 according to the university’s Director of Public Information John Post.
The student’s body was found in a Sebastian Commons apartment on campus and his identity is being withheld until the student’s immediate family is notified
Police say no foul play is suspected.
The university released the following statement:

“We are shocked and saddened to learn of the passing of one of our own students. Our students come to UAFS full of promise and ambition, and it is tragic to lose one of them at such a young age. Our thoughts go out to the student’s family during this difficult time, and we will make counseling available to help students, faculty and staff cope with this sad news. We strive to provide a safe, welcoming campus for our students and have no reason to believe this student’s passing was from any form of violence, nor do we feel there is any safety concern for our campus community.”

The student’s cause of death has yet to be released. The apartment building where the student was found houses sophomores, juniors, seniors, and nontraditional students.

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