North Carolina Central University lifted a lockdown put in place after a shooting incident on its Durham campus late Sunday. A report by WTVD, a local ABC News affiliate, said that police crews were present at the university’s football stadium as the college asked its students to take precautions and lock their doors. 

The shooting happened at 11 p.m. EDT Sunday, and while the lockdown was lifted almost an hour later, there were no immediate details on whether the shooter was found. "One individual, who is a student, was transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries," the university said in a statement Monday.

The latest report comes amid an increasing number of shooting incidents on college campuses across the country. Last week, a shooting at Tennessee State University left one dead and two injured. On Oct. 14, one person was killed in a shooting near Syracuse University in New York state.

Two shootings occurred on Oct. 9 -- the first in a student housing complex near Texas Southern University that killed one person, and another at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, which killed one and injured three others. However, the most gruesome of shootings this month was the one at Umpqua Community College in Oregon on Oct. 1, in which nine people died.