Police at Sonoma State University responded to reports of a fatal stabbing on campus Sunday, university officials said.
One person is dead, and a male suspect was arrested. The stabbing occurred just before 6 p.m. in the Sauvignon Village residential community, a freshman dorm, officials said.
The victim and suspect both are of college age, but investigators could not confirm they were students, university police said.
Students interviewed at the scene told NBC Bay Area they believe the victim was a student.
Students at Sonoma State are preparing for final exams this week. Grief counselors were on campus to assist students.
The homicide is the first on the campus in the 57-year history of Sonoma State University.
Police believe there's no further threat to the community.
No further details were available.