Do not overuse. Capitalization can interfere with readability, so keep to a minimum. Do not use all caps for Web page headings or subheadings. See department names, titles. capstone, capstone project Career Education Services, CES catalog, catalogue
No periods in CES
Preferred usage is catalog
Do not overuse. Capitalization can interfere with readability, so keep to a minimum. Do not use all caps for Web page headings or subheadings. See department names, titles.
capstone, capstone project
Career Education Services, CES
No apostrophe on plural
Career and Employment Services, no periods
Not chairman, chairwoman, or chairperson
class, Class of 2004
Capitalize specific reference to class, e.g., Class of 2004. Avoid using Class of '04. See also capitalization section.
Avoid using them
Avoid using empty phrases like "click here" when linking to site content. For example, don't say "Click here to download our Online Style Guide." Instead say, "Download a copy of our Online Style Guide."
Avoid using Development or Development Office.
Close up most words eliminating a hyphen.
college, the college (See also Saint Anselm College Alphabetical List Of Style Preferences - S)
In running text, always refer to Saint Anselm College in the first reference. Subsequent references can use Saint Anselm or "the college" (always us a lowercase "c" when "college" stands alone).
Saint Anselm College is located in Manchester, N.H. The college is coeducational.
See address, college [link to 33.2.5 Alphabetical List Of Style Preferences - A].
Use serial commas (comma before "and" and "or")
The weather was cold, wet, and windy.
You can have your eggs fried, scrambled, or poached.
Use lowercase when referring to the event.
See clubs, committees, councils
Italicize titles of books, magazines, newspapers, journals, newsletters, films, and television shows. Set titles in regular type when the surrounding text is already in italics.
See seperate section on computer terms.
Listed in title caps, with no quotation marks or italics
I'm taking two history courses this semester: Europe Since 1945 and Early Modern Europe.
Use curricula when referring to more than one curriculum
curriculum vitae, CV
Plural: curricula vitae, CVs