off-campus

off-campus

adv, adj
(Education) outside of the area of land that contains the main buildings of a university or college
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off-campus

[ˌɒfˈkæmpəs] (Univ) ADJ & ADVfuera del campus
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com, the company specializing in providing academic institutions with off-campus housing solutions.
MANILA, Philippines Education Secretary Leonor Briones has lifted the moratorium on field trips in public schools following the issuance of new guidelines on the conduct of off-campus activities in the basic education sector.
The Department of Education (DepEd) has lifted the moratorium on educational field trips with the issuance of new implementing guidelines on the conduct of off-campus activities for all public and private elementary and secondary schools.
Acquired as part of a joint venture with Apex One Investment Partners, the transaction marks Balfour Beattys first in the off-campus student housing market.
The air inside an off-campus fraternity house at American University (AU) tested positive for alcohol due to the hefty amount flowing throughout a party, police said.
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63 on July 25, which issues new guidelines on conducting off-campus field trips.
Authors Oluwole and Green present students, academics, and researchers with an examination of the studentAEs right to free speech in a variety of on-campus and off-campus settings.
Stonemont Financial Group and Preiss Company said they plan to develop and complete the unfinished construction of off-campus housing on the north side of the Texas State University campus.
In Virginia, instruction varies in off-campus communities; several smaller school districts allow off-campus instruction, whereas other, larger school districts prohibit it.
The University of California and California State University systems say their policies already permit punishing students for off-campus sexual assaults.