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off-campus

[awf-kam-puh s, of-] /ˈɔfˈkæm pəs, ˈɒf-/
adjective
1.
located or available outside a campus.
adverb
2.
outside or away from a campus.
Origin
1950-1955
1950-55, Americanism
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  • The board said it moved because of statements she had made in four off-campus speeches.
  • All over the country, student sites created off-campus are setting off disputes between educators and students.
  • Eleven of the players crammed in one car for a ride to the off-campus house where they live.
  • It is the department's intention to expand both its course offerings and number of off-campus sites in the immediate future.
  • May be for day, evening, or weekend offerings on- and off-campus.
  • The two graduate students rented rooms in the off-campus residence.
  • The would-be employee interviewed for and was offered a job as an off-campus program coordinator, according to the lawsuit.
  • Still, few students were engaged in projects that take place off-campus.
  • We must immerse them in off-campus experiences where civic action is tied to reflection.
  • There's an off-campus bookstore near my campus that will make contraband course packets without charging royalties.

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