multicampus

multicampus

(ˌmʌltɪˈkæmpəs)
adj
(of a university or organization) having multiple campuses or locations
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The goal was to provide stable data center and network services across the multi-building, multicampus school district.
Effects of AlcoholEdu for college on alcohol-related problems among freshmen: A randomized multicampus trial.
4 Multicampus systems don't necessarily offer the same health benefits to part-time employees and adjuncts on all campuses.
Headquartered in the city of Chapeco, its multicampus structure encompasses the three states of Southern Brazil, with six campuses situated in the cities of Chapeco, Passo Fundo, Erechim, Cerro Largo, Realeza and Laranjeiras do Sul.
One Life Church is a multicampus organization that streams various parts of its main campus service to the satellite campuses.
He sought to strengthen UP's general education program, installed a seven-year honors medical curriculum, energized the arts and basic science, and built a multicampus university organization.
explored issues surrounding the collaboration, communication, and networking among solo librarians in a multicampus academic library systems that were not specific to the health sciences.
La Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico es un sistema multicampus compuesta por 9 recintos y dos escuelas profesionales que atiende a cerca de 40 mil estudiantes universitarios.
Use of Twitter to encourage interaction in a multicampus pharmacy management course.
An Examination of the Relationship between Academic Dishonesty and Workplace Dishonesty: A Multicampus Investigation.