on-campus


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on-campus

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

on-campus

[ˌɒnˈkæmpəs] (Univ) ADJ & ADVen el campus
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Tenders are invited for on-campus catering services.
Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) encourages student-activists to start their own SPLC on-campus clubs, which is a new initiative.
The quality of on-campus housing is among the top factors prospective students consider when choosing a college, and for the most part the UO currently can't expect to come out ahead in such competition.
This year, the college recognized the accomplishments of 564 graduates: 202 from its on-campus programs and 362 from its online programs.
ACCA Student Ambassadors from Institute of Business Administration recently organised an on-campus activity session at Institute of Business Administration, city campus, here in Karachi.
Under the new agreements the USF housing office will refer eligible upper-division, transfer and graduate students to the affiliated properties as alternative housing options when the demand for on-campus housing exceeds the university's present capacity.
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.
Waqar said that the companies have conducted on-campus tests and interviews of students and short-listed them for the final interviews.
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).
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.