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campus

(kăm′pəs)
n. pl. cam·puses
The grounds and buildings of an institution, especially a college or other institution of learning, a hospital, or a corporation.
The physical environment of a large medical center with multiple buildings; areas or sections that are located in the on-site complex of buildings are said to be ‘on campus’, while off-site affilitates of the medical center are said to be ‘off campus’

campus

The physical environment of a large medical center with multiple buildings; areas or sections that are located in the on-site complex of buildings are 'on campus', off-site affilitates of the medical center are said to be 'off campus'. See 'In-house. ', Off-campus.
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The school deputies are also sent to investigate crimes on elementary and middle school campuses.
The training was designed to provide a forum for higher-education officials to discuss with community and emergency management officials how we can organize our campuses, form community partnerships, and sustain these partnerships over time with the explicit purpose of preparing for a community crisis.
Later this year, a second round of dollars, for employees, will be allocated to the same campuses.
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But UC officials are taking a cautious approach, stressing that before construction begins, the state must make a long-term commitment providing sufficient funds to open a new campus and maintain support for the existing nine campuses.
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At U of Florida, for instance, 90 percent of freshmen come to campus never having shared a bedroom, and it's much the same on campuses across the country, he notes.
The reluctance by UC officials to build a new campus stems from their anxiety that the existing nine campuses have not yet fully recovered from severe budget cuts during the 1990s.
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To find such students, some of the nine UC campuses are considering giving an edge to graduates of poorly performing high schools.