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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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The analytic sample for RQ1 regarding differences in sociodemographic characteristics and prior international exposure between students in study abroad versus the on-campus course included the 49 students with any participation in the guided study abroad course (nine of whom participated in both types of courses) and 73 students who participated in the on-campus course only.
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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." King Abdullah told heads of student alumni "to take the initiative" and work in coordination with ministry of higher education and university officials to put forth a strategy in the next weeks with practical proposals and solutions to university violence, which, he said, had become a phenomenon of major concern.
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Maps showing the on-campus and off-site locations are presented for each sector of higher education, suggesting that the availability of courses is well distributed across the entire state.
University of Connecticut football player has died following an on-campus stabbing, hours after the team's victory over Louisville.