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adverb & adjective
Away from a university or college campus.‘asked to live in an off-campus residence’
- ‘We are sharing an apartment which is off-campus, but right next to the university.’
- ‘Often college religious organisations avoid conflict by operating off-campus, or by simply winking at campus rules.’
- ‘For students who lived off-campus the majority said they walked to campus, while cycling was next in frequency.’
- ‘Most universities cater to both on-and off-campus constituents.’
- ‘For international students, however, residence - be if off-campus or on-campus - is a necessity.’
- ‘The formal charge was violation of the university policy regarding off-campus parties and initiations.’
- ‘As a reference specialist, Jordan spends much of her time handling off-campus requests for information, such as film clips.’
- ‘Residence has signed up 90 students who had lived off-campus last year.’
- ‘This year's award focuses on teachers who have developed off-campus learning experiences for ISU students.’
- ‘Over a period of eighteen months, there were twenty-three days of university lectures and five assignments completed off-campus.’
- ‘As a sophomore at Florida State University, Elaine signed up to live in an off-campus private dormitory.’
- ‘In addition, Antioch students alternate periods of study on campus with periods of employment in a variety of off-campus settings.’
- ‘Their video conferencing unit enables students to participate in off-campus lectures and seminars.’
- ‘Universities could also benefit by providing both on-campus and off-campus students equal access to the Internet.’
- ‘Affordable off-campus housing that's close to the university is only a dream for most students.’
- ‘First-generation students are more likely to work off-campus and more likely to work full-time.’
- ‘Other alternatives included leasing space off-campus, or implementing portable office spaces for the graduate students.’
- ‘Further, students studying off-campus are often already employed.’
- ‘Once in college, students can work an off-campus job or, if eligible, a work-study job at the school to pay for personal expenses.’
- ‘Scholarship funds were expanded for campus and off-campus students.’
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