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off campus

Outside of a university's or college's campus. Hyphenated if used before a noun. I liked living in the dorm rooms for my first semester of college, but I'm looking forward to living off campus for a while. The only bank we can is used is about 15 miles off campus.
See also: campus, off

*off campus

not located or present on the grounds of a college or university. (*Typically: be ~; live ~; move~.) Tom has an apartment off campus. The dean is off campus and cannot be reached.
See also: campus, off
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At Ole Miss, all sophomores move off campus," Dawn says.
The Milwaukee Jewish Federation objected to the hut as a violation of the "separation of church and state," and forced it to move off campus.
Students were choosing to move off campus because they were allowed to have a pet [there]," says Janielle Tchakerian, assistant vice president for student affairs and director of residence life and community standards.
People who move off campus want a little more autonomy, a little more freedom.
Dropping apartment prices entice NYU students to move off campus [WSN]
Boulder real estate broker Dan Estey said, "in my experience, most of the kids at CU-Boulder move off campus after their first year.
Next year I will have to move off campus and find a place of my own in Nottingham and I am worried about money for the future.
In late 2003, its screening programs will move off campus to the Hammer Museum and a new theater, part of the museum's renovation.
The paper, which has 45 full-time employees and a news staff of eight, maintains a sales office at the University of Colorado, where it was the campus newspaper until 1972, when censorship issues with the university's administration prompted the paper to move off campus as an employee-owned publication.
WHEN UPPERCLASS STUDENTS move off campus, often it's their first time out on their own.