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Noun
/ˈkampəs/,
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campuses, plural;
  1. The grounds and buildings of a university or college
    • - for the first year I had a room on campus
  2. The grounds of a school, hospital, or other institution


  1. a field on which the buildings of a university are situated
  2. A campus is traditionally the land on which a college or university and related institutional buildings are situated. Usually a campus includes libraries, lecture halls, residence halls and park-like settings. ...
  3. CAMPUS (acronym for Computer Aided Material Preselection by Uniform Standards) is a multilingual database for the properties of plastics. It is considered worldwide leading regarding the level of standardization and therefore comparability of plastics properties. ...
  4. The Campus was a passenger train operated by Amtrak between Chicago and Champaign, Illinois. The Chicago-Campaign corridor already saw two trains daily: the Shawnee (Chicago-Carbondale) and the Panama Limited (Chicago-New Orleans). ...
  5. Campus is a British sitcom first broadcast as a television pilot on Channel 4 on 6 November, 2009, as part of the channel's Comedy Showcase season of comedy pilots. It is a semi-improvised sitcom set at a fictitious called Kirke University and follows the lives of some of the staff. ...
  6. The Campus is the oldest student-run newspaper within the CUNY system. It was founded in 1909, when the City College of New York (CCNY) relocated its main campus from East 23rd Street to Hamilton Heights. ...
  7. The Campus is a student-run newspaper that covers Bishop's University (an English language, liberal arts university located in Lennoxville, Quebec, Canada), events in the Eastern Townships region as they pertain to students, and other items of interest to Canadian university students.
  8. The grounds or property of a school, college, university, business, church, or hospital, often understood to include buildings and other structures; An institution of higher education and its ambiance; To confine to campus as a punishment
  9. (Campuses) Abu Reihan Campus • Qum Campus • Choka Campus • Central Campus • Amir Abad Campus • Karaj Campus
  10. (campal) encamp, camping, camp, outspan
  11. The act of climbing without using any feet.
  12. The buildings and grounds of a complex, such as a university, college, industrial park or military establishment.
  13. refers to the main university grounds, including laboratories, lecture theatres, administration buildings, recreational areas etc.
  14. refers to the University buildings and facilities in a particular location. MMU has 7 campuses, 5 in Manchester and 2 in Cheshire.
  15. the university study centre where you undertake your lectures, seminars and tutorials.  UTAS has three campuses in Tasmania: Sandy Bay (Hobart), Newnham (Launceston) and Cradle Coast (Burnie).
  16. Locations where specific courses are administered, and/or available for study (eg. Lismore, Coffs Harbour, Gold Coast- Beachside, Tweed Heads- Riverside and Tweed Heads- Lakeside).
  17. The grounds, class buildings, and residence halls of a college.
  18. (1) vb. to work out on a campus board. (2) vb. to climb with feet dangling as if using a campus board.
  19. The buildings and grounds that form part of a University or College, including: teaching facilities, administration offices, student halls, student support facilities, sports and entertainment facilities. ...
  20. (Latin) field, parade ground beside each auxiliary fort used by the Roman army; the campus was an open area of ground, cleared of vegetation and covered with gravel, on which weapon training and military drills would be practiced.
  21. WVU owned or leased property or within very close proximity. Close proximity are areas running through or immediately adjacent to WVU property.
  22. includes Fredericton (UNBF) and Saint John (UNBSJ)
  23. College buildings and grounds in one area. Some of the UAL colleges have different campuses throughout London.
  24. The site a university is situated on which makes up the academic (lecture theatres, classrooms, library etc) and non academic buildings (Student Union, Halls of Residence, etc).
  25. An instructional and administrative unit of a community college, consisting of college-owned facilities and staffed primarily by full-time personnel, housing a full range of instructional and support services sufficient to accommodate at least 1,000 Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) students.