Campus [noun]

Definition of Campus:

school grounds

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Sentence/Example of Campus:

They’ll need to get school districts to give them the go-ahead to come back on to campus and run the programs.

The student’s entire class had to stay away from campus for two weeks and the virus did not spread.

Harvard has made it clear that most students will not be returning to campus, while others, like Oklahoma University, have allowed all students to return, with in-person coursework.

Fortunately, there are movements underway to ban proctoring software and ban face recognition technologies on campuses, as well as congressional bills to ban the US federal government from using face recognition.

First, state licensing officials need to agree to expand the hours during which the program is allowed to operate on school campuses.

To turn his idea into reality, Zhavoronkov set up Insilico Medicine on the campus of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, and rolled up his sleeves.

San Diego Unified sent shock waves across the state Monday when, along with Los Angeles Unified, officials announced students won’t be returning to physical campuses when school starts in August.

One cameraman asked how schools would be protected from mass shootings with no police on campus.

District heating has long been used in Europe, as well as on some US college and other campuses.

I actually didn’t know that Stanford was its own thing until I was on the campus for freshman orientation.