[awf-kam-puh s, of-]
- located or available outside a campus.
- outside or away from a campus.
Origin of off-campus
An Americanism dating back to 1950–55
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Examples from the Web for off-campus
She is then thought to have gone alone to at least two locations in the off-campus area near her apartment.Person of Interest Identified in Disappearance of UVA Student Hannah Graham
September 19, 2014
Now, in its off-campus version, Tyler is disappointed with what USGA has become.Mormon U. Forces Gays to Be Celibate
May 13, 2014
The two people involved were 20-year-old students who met at an off-campus bar during Homecoming Weekend.Sex, Booze, and Feminism
February 22, 2014
What the off-campus get-togethers do is foster the ability to handle the inevitable conflicts that arise.How the Senate’s Women Maintain Bipartisanship and Civility
March 4, 2012
There must be close 130 to seventy-five girls in that bunch of off-campus houses.Marjorie Dean College Junior