"His room at home, he explains, barely contains his 1,000+ collection of books. In the future he plans to build and host an online international book club to connect people of all ages from around the world," the profile says.
The teen book club on campus encourages youths to enroll in the community college after high school graduation, and Quick did.
Some faculty members said Quick was a good student there, Lone Star College-CyFair President Audre Levy told reporters Wednesday.
Also, staff members at the county library branch on campus, where Quick worked part-time for about a year, "had fond things to say of him," Levy said.
"So many are surprised" that he was the suspect, she said.
Quick was planning to finish his associate degree at the college and then transfer to the University of Houston to study accounting.
Tuesday's incident came more than two months after three people were wounded in a shooting at a different Lone Star College campus -- the North Harris campus in Houston.