Campus. The term "campus" as used in this Agreement refers to one university or college and all its facilities which is a member institution of The California State University. The term "campus" shall also refer to the Office of the Chancellor, when appropriate.
Campus. “Campus” shall mean all facilities and properties which are now or shall hereafter be designated by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, acting by the Board of Higher Education, by a Board of Trustees or otherwise, for the exclusive use of any one or another of the State Universities, and shall, at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy, include any vessels used for training purposes or under the control of the Academy, including any vessel commonly known as the Training Ship.
Campus. One of the several colleges or universities or other operating locations or administratively separate units of which SUNY is comprised (e.g. University at Albany).
Campus. The Alexandria Center at Xxxxxxx Square, comprised of the real property depicted on Exhibit B-1. Base Rent: $76.00 per rentable square foot of the Premises per year, adjusted as provided in Section 4 below. Rentable Area of Premises: 22,746 square feet. Rentable Area of Building: 432,932 square feet. Tenant’s Share of Operating Expenses: 5.25%. Tenant’s Share of 50-60 Garage Operating Expenses: 0.78%. Building Share of Campus Expenses: 30.26% (i.e., 364,942 square feet of Building “gross floor area” per the Cambridge Zoning Ordinance / 1,206,202 square feet of total Campus “gross floor area” per the Cambridge Zoning Ordinance). Security Deposit: $576,232.00, subject to reduction as provided in Section 6. Target Commencement Date: February 28, 2018.
Campus. The parties agree that Sublandlord shall provide a license, to the extent it can without obtaining consents from any landords, to Subtenant to use the other property then-currently owned or leased by Sublandlord at its "Newport Beach Campus", which is defined as the property bordered by Jamboree, MacArthur, Xxx Xxxxxx and Xxxxx streets, and as of the Effective Date are at 0000 Xxxxxxxx Xxxx, 5000 Birch and 4340 Xxx Xxxxxx, as long as such use is in accordance with the CC&Rs and any such other rules or regulations applicable to such properties.
Campus. The Chronicle September 23, 2014 3 Work study program: work where you learn Xxxx Xxxxxxxx The Chronicle Durham College wants you to work where you learn. The DC work study program gives students the opportunity to work at the school around their schedule. Throughout the year, more than one hundred paid posi- tions are up for grabs for stu- dents returning to DC for an- other year of study who show financial need. Xxxxx Xxxxx, director of Fi- nancial Aid and Awards at the college, says the program is a huge success and encourages all students who are eligible to apply. “It kills two birds with one stone,” said Xxxxx. “It gives you some funding to go to school but it also gives you some real-life experience for your resumé.” In the past, the government of Ontario funded the program, but in 2012 that funding was stopped in lieu of providing students more OSAP funding. When this change occurred, the Financial Aid and Awards department at DC took on the task of funding the program for students and continued offer- ing positions at the school. “We have funds that go as bursaries, some of them go as employment programs, some of them go as scholarships,” said Xxxxx. Students attending DC can apply for a position with a full- Xxxx Xxxxxxx
Campus. Any parking spaces and driveways used by Licensee, or Licensee’s guests or invitees shall be used only for the parking of passenger automobiles or vehicles used for personal transportation of the Licensee. There shall be no parking of commercial trucks, trailers, recreational vehicles, or boats in any such space and any such vehicle whose ownership is unknown or which is not moved on demand may be towed away and stored at owner’s expense. Parking spaces, driveways or common areas shall not be used for painting or repair of vehicles. Storage of personal belongings/items in the parking areas, including driveways and common areas, is prohibited and will be removed by Greystar and University at the owner’s expense.
Campus. Contractor acknowledges and agrees University’s grounds and premises are smoke and tobacco free. Contractor and Contractor’s employees, agents and subcontractors, if any, agree not to smoke or use tobacco products while on University property. FAMILY EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS AND PRIVACY ACT. Contractor agrees to protect the confidentiality of student information and to comply with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) and its implementing regulations, specifically 20 U.S.C. 1232G, 34 C.F.R. § 99.33, ORS 351.070 and OAR 571-020, with respect to any redisclosure of personally identifiable information from education records obtained from the University.