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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of campus.
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"Two freshmen girls, found guilty of 'performing an act which openly outrages public decency, i.e., by displaying an obscene word in their window, they behaved in a manner contrary to behavior of responsible and mature university students' were sentenced to be campused."
There is also the campused based SEOG grant and most states have their own grants.
Those who are campused may not leave the college grounds for two weeks or speak to other campused students.
She was fairly bubbling over with stories of what the girls had done; who had been campused, and who had been called into the office.
Hester Alden barely escaped being campused for dancing her way through the main hall and shrieking in wild excess of spirits.
And for the folk thinking strong, an oldie from the CATS climbing site - a V12 being campused:
"Did you know that Berenice is campused for two weeks?