The woman was 49-year-old Leslie Kelly, of Ohioville, who worked in food services at Penn State Beaver.
According to police, her husband came there and after they fought, he shot her then himself by her auto in the parking lot, next to the cafeteria area where she worked.
The shooting is being investigated as a murder-suicide, investigators said.
"We are so sad that this tragedy happened on campus but we are vigilant and our police are doing everything they can to keep people safe and we're happy that the situation is contained and we will be working on our grief together as a community, said Cushman". "So right now we're in the process of researching where the guns were purchased from".
Hermick said the husband apparently had lured the woman to the parking lot.
There was no protection from abuse order filed against William Kelly, Hermick said.
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The couple had three children, whom police say are with their grandparents. This was never an "active shooter" event.
The incident was reported before 4 p.m. local time in the campus food service area near the student union, campus spokeswoman April Johnston-Smith told CBS.
The school is on lockdown and activities have been canceled for the rest of the day.
In a letter to students obtained by WTAE, the school confirmed the "tragic act of violence" on campus "which did not involve students".
The campus was closed on Wednesday, and ambulances were spotted arriving.