ST. LOUIS (KSDK) - The local financial aid director shot inside a downtown St. Louis business school Tuesday is expected to be okay.
Stevens Institute of Business and Arts tweeted Wednesday Greg Elsenrath is expected to make a full recovery.
Elsenrath was shot inside SIBA Tuesday afternoon.
Former student 34-year-old Sean Johnson is suspected of shooting Elsenrath before turning the gun on himself.
Sources say Johnson went to the school on Monday in an attempt to get financial aid to continue his studies but was rejected. He returned to school Tuesday to "voice his disagreement" about the decision with Elsenrath.
Between 40 and 50 students were on campus at the time of the shooting. No other injuries were reported.
The school is closed and will reopen Tuesday, January 22.
Approximately 180 students attend the Stevens Institute of Business and Arts, which offers degrees in Fashion & Retail, Interior Design, Business Administration, Tourism & Hospitality and Paralegal studies. In-state tuition is $10,125 per year.