Kinds of Type-B Areas On Campus

According to the handbook, on-campus includes buildings and property that are in the same general location and that fit into one of two types. The second of these two types is Type B, and refers to areas that are, b) Owned but not controlled by the school, frequented by students, and used to support the institution’s purposes.

Examples of Type B locations would include food vendors and bookstores. These are areas that may not technically be owned by the college or university but are generally known to be heavily and frequently student-populated places. These are also areas that attract students for both academic resources in the case of bookstores, and social occasions in the case of food vendors.

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