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; as, the Newark campus of Rutgers.
a business site with pleasant landscaping; as, the Squibb research campus at Princeton.
The grounds, class buildings and residence halls of a college.
SCU locations where specific courses are administered, and/or available for study (eg Lismore, Coffs Harbour, Tweed Gold Coast)
This is the teaching location where a program, course or plan is taught. UNSW has several campuses including the main campus at Kensington, the College of Fine Arts campus in Paddington and the Australian Defence Force Academy in Canberra.
Amalgamation of the two former institutions has resulted in two main campuses: . Hobart (H) campus, the former University of Tasmania, incorporating the Hunter Street, Clinical School, Coservatorium of Music, and Menzies Centre. . Launceston (L) campus, the former Tasmanian State Institute of Technology, incorporating the Newnham campus, and the Burnie and Devonport study centres.
The campus is the grounds in which the University is situated. The University of Melbourne has several campuses. The main campus is at Parkville, and others are situated around Victoria.
Location of main office of instructional unit in which the student is enrolled. Students enrolled on a given campus may be taking their classes at another campus.
Buildings and land which make up a university.
The buildings and grounds of a university.
a field on which the buildings of a university are situated
a beautifully landscaped public university with abundant cultural and recreational activities
a beautiful place, and it is located in a great part of Los Angeles
a building or group of buildings all connected into one enterprise network that consists of many local area networks (LANs)
a sprawly mixture of ultramodern brick buildings and gentle old-fashioned quadrangles
the location/site where you undertake your studies; a university is often made up of a number of campuses. The UNE campus is in Armidale, NSW.
is a separate campus within the same institution. Campuses use the same course catalog and produce a common transcript if a student changes campuses but not careers. Campuses are usually associated with a separate physical administrative location. At UW we will have the following campuses: MAIN, CGC, REN, STJ, STP.
A geographical location where The University of Auckland qualifications are taught, eg City Campus, Epsom Campus, Grafton Campus, North Shore Campus, Tamaki Campus, Tai Tokerau Campus.
The grounds of a school, college, university, or hospital
A school's buildings, grounds, and other facilities collectively comprise its "campus".
the location of a university, college, or school's main buildings. U.S. campuses are known for their ample size, architecture, landscaping, and numerous student locales.
The location of a university or college.
All Campus locations including North, South, Jodrell Bank and Gateway House Campus
The lands on which the buildings of IUB are located. At present, IUB has 8 (eight) campuses and 5(five) administrative buildings located in Baridhara and Bashundhara. The campuses are named as C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C6, C7, C8 and administrative buildings are named as A1, A2, A3, A4 and A5.
Most students study mainly on one campus but may choose to study modules offered on other campuses. Certain subject combinations require study on more than one of the University's six major and several minor or large teaching hospital campuses. Campuses are abbreviated to: AH - Archway and Hospitals; AW - Archway and Whittington; CF - Chase Farm Hospital; CH - Cat Hill; EN - Enfield; HE - Hendon; NC - National Centre for Work Based Learning Partnerships; NM - North Middlesex Hospital ; RF - Royal Free Hospital; TP - Trent Park; TM - Tottenham; Some modules are located in associated colleges both in the UK and overseas. The location of all modules is included in the University catalogue.
The grounds on which the University is situated. There are ten main campuses of the University of Sydney: Camperdown, Darlington, Camden (Agriculture and Veterinary Science), the Conservatorium (Conservatorium of Music), Cumberland (Health Sciences), Mallett Street (Nursing), Rozelle (Sydney College of the Arts), St James (Law), and Surry Hills (Dentistry).
The buildings and grounds belonging to the University, where classes are taught. UTS has three campuses — City, St Leonards and Kuring-gai.
An organizational aggregation of departments into a major academic and administrative organizational unit located physically away from the main university e.g. Bothell or Tacoma Campus. Overall supervisory responsibility resides with the Dean. Emphasis is on academic and administrative functions rather than location and facilities.
The place where all of this happens -- the buildings, parking lots, athletic fields, etc. Montgomery College has three campuses, in Germantown, Rockville, and Takoma Park. Some courses are also offered "off-campus" which typically means that the actual classes take place in buildings that are not owned by the College -- for example, in space provided by some business that is interested in having certain after work learning opportunities easily available for their employees.
A distinct geographic location of La Trobe University. Eg: Bundoora, Shepparton.
The grounds and buildings of the University.
Term given to different university sites. ECU has campuses at Bunbury, Churchlands, Joondalup and Mount Lawley.
The entire grounds of an institution make up its campus. This includes classrooms, facilities, dorms, and all of the other buildings that are on the grounds.
The physical location of the college.
The grounds on which a college stands.
University or college grounds.
One of the four campuses of the University of Missouri System - UM-Columbia, UM-Kansas City, UM-Rolla or UM-St. Louis.
the physical location from where a program of study is being delivered. Monash University has six campuses in Australia (Berwick, Caulfield, Clayton, Gippsland, Parkville, and Peninsula) plus one in Malaysia and one in South Africa, and centres in London ( England) and Prato in Italy.
The University is located on five sites called campuses. The six campuses are: City West, City East, Mawson Lakes, Magill, and Whyalla. Underdale campus was closed at the end of 2004.
Any property owned or managed by Victoria University of Wellington. It is also used to mean a University area or precinct. The University has four campuses: Kelburn; Pipitea; Te Aro; and Karori.
This usually refers to the buildings and surroundings of a university, where the university is the principal or sole occupier of an area.
The grounds and buildings of an educational institution. A branch or part of an institution at a particular location, e.g. the Murray Bridge campus of the Onkaparinga Institute of TAFE.
A departmental LAN spread over multiple buildings. For example, this environment can be present in a small company or a division of a larger company.
A site owned by the University. The University has four campuses at Compton Park, Telford, Walsall and Wolverhampton.
The grounds and buildings of a university, college, or school.