Definition of Campuses. Meaning of Campuses. Synonyms of Campuses

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- lawns in which buildings are placed. Campus novel Campus university Satellite campus History of college campuses and architecture in the United States...
- university campuses by enrollment includes only individual four-year campuses, not four-year universities. Universities can have multiple campuses with a...
- within a single campus. Hospital networks that consist of several campuses are not considered as a whole, and statistics from satellite campuses are not included...
- year, 87% of college campuses had sworn officers with the power to arrest, and 90% of these departments were armed. 92% of campus police departments are...
- be considered as CAN only. Though the CAN is mainly used for corporate campuses so the data link will be high speed.[citation needed] Edwards, Wade. CCNP...
- international branch campuses. These are satellite campuses of a parent institution that is located outside the country where the satellite campus is located....
- campus" system consisting of the campuses listed below. These campuses are under the direct control of the Regents and President. Only ten campuses are...
- enrollment. Education in Texas List of largest United States university campuses by enrollment "THECB - Search Reports". Texas Higher Education Coordinating...
- University of Es**** near Colchester University of Exeter which has four campuses located in Devon and Cornwall Keele University near Newcastle-under-Lyme...
- State Harrisburg. The other fourteen campuses are referred to collectively as the "University College". These campuses, while having their own chancellor...
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