from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The grounds of a school, college, university, or hospital.
- n. A college or university: campuses that are located across the state.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The grounds or property of a school, college, university, business, church, or hospital, often understood to include buildings and other structures.
- n. An institution of higher education and its ambiance.
- v. To confine to campus as a punishment.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The principal grounds of a college or school, between the buildings or within the main inclosure.
- n. a college or university.
- n. a division of a university with its own buildings and a separate faculty, especially one separated geographically from other divisiona, but sharing top administration with other units of the university.
- n. higher education considered as a whole.
- n. a business site with pleasant landscaping.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The green upon or about which the buildings of an American college or university generally stand; the college-yard.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a field on which the buildings of a university are situated
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But "the most important thing that happens on our campus is the relationship-building."
Fueling emotions on the campus is the discovery that the university forgave $31.4 million in athletics debts in 2007.
The word "campus" didn't work because we're no longer focused exclusively on campuses.
Now, finding a record store still in business anywhere near a campus is a difficult assignment at best.
I think a campus is a very nice place not to have firearms in the hands of students or campus police.
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Montez had used the word campus, and strangely enough, the academic analogy seemed superficially fitting—wide, bright corridors teeming with young people and bustling with activity, the energy level reminiscent of a university during registration week.
The way we have our operations organized relative to that particular market segment is through what I call campus design approach, it's primarily located in Barberton, Ohio and we have the ability to move our engineering project management procurement resources around readily in response to the leveraging opportunity.
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