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Definition of "off-campus" []

  • Pertaining to facilities or activities regularly utilized by the faculty or students of an educational institution that are located off the campus. (adjective)
  • Pertaining to a student of an educational institution who resides off the campus. (adjective)
  • Engaging in an activity by a faculty member or a student of an educational institution off the campus. (adverb)

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Use "off-campus" in a sentence
  • "American Eagle CEO James O'Donnell said on an Aug. 24 call with investors that 90 percent of the company's new locations will be so-called "off-campus" stores, or outlets."
  • "Longtime Saddleback members are encouraged to make the sacrifice of parking in one of the 1,250 off-campus spaces—serviced by a fleet of twelve buses—so that first-timers can park within walking distance."
  • "Love was killed last May during a confrontation in her off-campus apartment with former boyfriend George Huguely, who at the time was a member of the Virginia men's lacrosse team."