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on-campus

adj
(Education) on the area of land that contains the main buildings of a university or college
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on-campus

[ˌɒnˈkæmpəs] (Univ) ADJ & ADVen el campus
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As off-campus options become increasingly accessible and appealing, on-campus operations find innovation and flexibility necessary to stay competitive.
The parking counts indicate that with the current student enrollment and faculty/staff levels, the on-campus parking is considered full (over 85% occupancy on the day of the parking counts).
This year, the college recognized the accomplishments of 564 graduates: 202 from its on-campus programs and 362 from its online programs.
CHICAGO, June 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Hungry college and university students rely more on off-campus foodservice outlets than on-campus dining venues.
The finding that hosts of on-campus parties drink less than their guests probably is associated with the risks of getting in trouble with the university.
Amman, Mar 18 (Petra) -- His Majesty King Abdullah II on Sunday told university students to engage seriously in the national reform and development drive and shun on-campus violence, which, he warned, would threaten "our educational march.
Although a recent Instructional Technology Council report suggests that retention gaps between online and on-campus community college students are narrowing, online students still drop out at higher rates than their on-campus peers.
The sample consisted of two groups of students in their final semester (traditional, on-campus students, n = 71; students from sites where course content was delivered through distance-delivery methods, n = 94).
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to determine if there were any significant differences in academic performance between distance students and on-campus students in clinical laboratory science.
Merely offering an internship program through on-campus postings will not likely yield a large pool of applicants.
Neighbors demanded the university designate on-campus housing for fraternities and sororities.
Like the retail world, institutions of higher education are Striving to forge stronger on-campus communities and decrease stress in student life: With lofty goals and no absence of rankings-related pressure, IHE leaders are increasingly attracted to the model of the customer-centric and carefully manufactured "home away from home.