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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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(NASDAQ: CSGP), a commercial real estate information, analytics and online marketplaces provider has acquired Virginia, US-based multifamily marketplace service Off Campus Partners, LLC focussed on student housing in the United States, the company said.
"With some exceptions, living off campus with a roommate offers a cost advantage," says Chacon.
Price of Attending an Undergraduate institution On campus Off campus, Off campus, not living with family living with family 4-year institutions Public $23,700 $14,100 $24,000 Private Nonprofit $48,900 $38,700 $48,800 Private For-profit $31,300 $22,000 $29,500 2-year Institutions Public $14,700 $9,000 $17,400 Private Nonprofit $31,700 $22,500 $31,000 Private For-profit $29,900 $20,300 $29,000 Please Note: Illustration(s) are not available due to copyright restrictions.
"Birmingham City University continually promotes the importance of personal safety, both on and off campus, and a range of information and resources is available to students to improve awareness of risks.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals found that Tinker could apply to speech both on and off campus. The court upheld the student discipline because the school had a reasonable forecast of a disruption of the school based on the threatening, intimidating, and harassing language in the posted recording.
A survey was compiled because it was suspected that many students in Virginia were not receiving O&M instruction off campus and in the community.
Hannah-Beth Jackson extends the disciplinary powers of community colleges to apply to sexual assaults that don't involve other students or happen off campus grounds.
Some schools take on basic anti-bullying laws that tackle what students do on-campus and some schools go further and make a sweeping policy that ends up controlling students on and off campus.
Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal of a South Carolina "released time" program that permits high school students to earn credits through religious classes held off campus.
(1) The Court has not addressed, however, student speech originating off campus on the internet, requiring the circuit courts to develop and apply methods of dealing with this type of speech, including the Second Circuit's approach, commonly referred to as the Tinker test.
CDT to remain off campus as the investigation continues.
Half of Saint Mary's College (Ind.) seniors typically decide to live off campus, and officials predicted even fewer numbers would remain on campus this year, due to class size.
From building a new residence hall that will house 156 students this year, to phasing in an off-campus application process expected to be in full effect by the 2014-15 academic year, the college is trying to alleviate recurrent tension between students living off campus, property owners and residents in the neighborhood.