BYU student in critical condition after falling three stories

UPDATE: Officials with BYU tweeted Monday, stating that the incident that occurred on campus was an attempted suicide:

If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide, help is available 24/7 by calling 1-800-273-TALK. Utahns can also visit Hope4Utah and the Suicide Prevention Resource Center for additional resources. You can also download the SafeUT app for instant, confidential crisis services. In an emergency, dial 911. 

The previous story continues below:

PROVO, Utah — A BYU student is in critical condition after she fell from the fourth floor to the first floor inside a building on campus.

A representative for BYU Police said it happened inside the Tanner Building, which is part of BYU's Marriott School of Business.

The victim has been taken to Utah Valley Hospital.

Classes held in the Tanner Building are canceled and the building is closed for the day.

Police are following up with witnesses to determine what may have led to the fall.

A message sent to students indicates counselors are available at the campus' counseling center, which is located at 1500 Wilkinson Student Center.

"This morning a tragic incident occurred in the Tanner Building involving one of our students," The message states in part. "Help is available to our campus community."

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