on campus

on campus

On the grounds of a university's or college's campus. Hyphenated if used before a noun. I thought living in the dorms would be fun, but I really didn't like living on campus. The university boasts a huge range of on-campus services and amenities.
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on campus

located or being on the grounds of a college or university. Do you live on campus or off campus? I don't think that Lisa is on campus right now.
See also: campus, on
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About 50 students walked from University Road on campus, beating their samba drums to voice their concerns about the company's decision to build the UK's first coal-fired power station for 30 years, in Kingsnorth, Kent.