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Definition of "on-campus" []

  • On the area of land that contains the main buildings of a university or college (adjective)
  • Pertaining to facilities or activities regularly utilized by the faculty or students of an educational institution that are located on the campus. (adjective)

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  • Pertaining to a student of an educational institution who resides on the campus. (adjective)
  • Engaging in an activity by a faculty member or a student of an educational institution on the campus. (adverb)

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Use "on-campus" in a sentence
  • "It was one of a large block of rooms in which NYU sequestered transfer students like me in so-called "on-campus" housing 25 blocks from campus."
  • "Once around the bend, an army of “traffic ministry” volunteers in red T-shirts directs each car into one of the 2,460 on-campus parking spaces."
  • "Many schools, especially larger universities, account for this by not offering enough on-campus housing to accommodate their entire undergraduate population."
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