out of college

out of college
used for saying that someone is no longer in hospital at school etc

He’s out of hospital, but he can’t go back to work.

just/​straight out of something (=having recently left):

Teachers just out of college are most influenced by fashionable theories.

Thesaurus: absent, lost and unavailablesynonym
Main entry: out

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