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campus

1. the grounds and buildings of a university
2. Chiefly US the outside area of a college, university, etc.

campus

The grounds and buildings of a university, college, or school.

campus

Two or more buildings located in close proximity. For example, a campus backbone implies a high-speed network running between all the buildings. The term used to refer only to an educational environment, but businesses adopted it a while ago to make their workplace sound friendlier.
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For five years, each of the Antelope Valley Union High School District's six main campuses has had its own deputy, plus one deputy for the continuation schools.
Most campuses have disaster plans and are prepared to secure their own people and facilities if something happens.
Like most campuses, decisions at Pinetree will be made by the range of teachers, classified workers, parents and others involved with the site.
Today, he says, on one recent afternoon, "it was a nice sunny day and a lot of people were out walking briskly between the campuses.
Dying to Drink: Confronting Binge Drinking on Campuses, by Henry Wechsler and Bernice Wuethrich (Rodale Books, 2002), is available through the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (www.
The Ventura campus is the largest of six CSU satellite campuses.
State-based consortia--such as virtual universities and digital library consortia--provide online student services for member campuses.
We consider high school campuses to be a safe haven, and they should be,'' Price said.
An impressive 77 percent of the campuses participating in the survey report having wireless LANs on campus--up from 58 percent last year.
Randy Beaty, president of Grace Brethren Schools, which now leases the Walnut Grove and Arcane elementary campuses, said Tuesday's action provides an opportunity for a permanent home.
With the shrinking revenues from resale of long-distance service to students, new models for funding telecommunications-and the possibility of adopting new technologies--are on the agenda now on many campuses.