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on-campus

adjective Referring to an on-site site of a medical complex with multiple buildings. Cf 'Off campus. '.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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For RQ2 through RQ5 regarding potential differences in competencies between the two groups, we eliminated the nine students who participated in both the study abroad and on-campus courses to ensure a clean comparison in competencies between students in study abroad versus the on-campus course.
Another important consideration at both institutions was the existing unit mix available in on-campus housing.
(1994:364), suggest that on-campus employment would not affect educational attainment to the extent that off-campus employment would because it "enhances student involvement and integration in the institution, while off-campus work tends to inhibit them." Based upon the data collected from a survey that was administered to students attending a large research university in Chicago, the authors found that the more hours that students worked off-campus, the less time that they spent studying each week.
* Hold company information sessions prior to on-campus interviews or career fairs.
For example, although most of the distance education programs continued to require on-campus sessions during the summer semester, some programs used online learning platforms simply to supplement the instruction that was provided mainly on campus.
Off-campus party hosts, however, are more likely to participate in problem behaviors associated with drinking than are attendees at any party and on-campus party hosts.
"We pin much hope on you as your country needs your role and involvement in its building," he told the student leaders, emphasising that students can do a lot to curb on-campus clashes through promoting the culture of dialogue and accepting the other.
A total of 165 nursing students in the final semester of their associate degree education completed the survey instrument; 94 were distance and 71 were on-campus students.
Courses in this variation consist of on-campus students attending class at the classroom site with the instructor and remote students attending the same course via interactive television from other locations.
Anticipated registration fee: $800 (includes an opening dinner and four lunches.) Two sites are available for lodging: On-campus private dorm rooms at $38/night; or downtown hotel at approximately $145/night.
On-campus spot with the best coffee and conversation
ASI is an industry leader on delivering new products and services, including "Included" laundry, Esuds and the integration of on-campus card platforms into off-campus laundry rooms.