Security officials at both the University of Southern Indiana and the University of Evansville are paying close attention to the events unfolding in Virginia. Both schools plan to review their emergency response plans in the wake of the shooting. At UE... there are plans to run through mock security emergencies. Also, the schools dean of student affairs says shes been in contact with other college and university officials across the country... sharing ideas about the best ways to keep kids safe. UE and USI both rely on local law enforcement as their first line of defense. UEs dean of student affairs says being a small school with limited students helps with security. UE has 25-hundred students... USIs enrollment is over 10,000. At the Virginia Tech there are more than 20,000 and the campus is nearly 2500 acres in size. Authorities at Virginia Tech are investigating what caused a senior university student from South Korea to kill 32 people. Police say 23-year-old Cho Seung-Hui , a legal U.S. resident, is suspected of the multiple shootings that killed 32 people at two locations. Most of the dead were killed in four classrooms in Norris Hall, where the shooter also took his own life. Meanwhile, ABC News is reporting that Seung-Hui left a "disturbing note" in his dorm room before the classroom shooting. He allegedly went back to his room to re-arm after fatally shooting two people inside a dorm before heading to the Norris Hall classrooms. Chos identity was confirmed by a positive fingerprint match found on the guns that matched a print on immigration documents. According to a police spokesman, lab results confirmed that one of the two weapons found in Norris Hall was used in both shootings.