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Style Guide -- Capitalization - Utica College

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Rule of thumb: When you can easily substitute "Utica College" for the word " college", ... Do not capitalize seasons of the year when they stand alone, but always ... Do not capitalize freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior when referring to ...

Capitalize or not? - Absolute Write

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Apr 7, 2011 ... Also, should school years be capitalized? Junior ... you use lower case but if he went to La Salle High School you would capitalize it. ... But it would be capitalized if a senior called after her, "Hey, Junior, come over here," right?

Capitalization - The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

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Academic degrees are not capitalized when written out. ... Do not capitalize the words freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate when referring to the ...

Capitalization - Writer's Guide - Brand Standards - The University of ...

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Academic Majors ... Classes and courses should be lowercase unless you use the specific title or the name carries a proper noun or numeral. ... Do not capitalize freshman, sophomore, junior or senior unless they appear at the beginning of a ...

When do you capitalize college years freshman sophomore junior ...

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You don't. Freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior are all common nouns.

Freshman, sophomore, junior, senior. | WordReference Forums

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You have not offered any sentences - a sentence requires a subject and a verb. 2 . None of the terms should be capitalized. they are not proper nouns. 3. Freshmen and sophomores can be called college freshmen and college ... Freshman, sophomore,junior and senior seem only to be used in USA.

single word requests - Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors ...

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Jun 5, 2011 ... I've heard it called as "batch status" but can't seem to find the right single-word category for it. ... You might consider class as a generic noun that covers these terms. All members of the junior class will become seniors next year. ... 12-25 ( this is a general number that may vary by college), start...

Style and Common Rules of Use - University Interscholastic League

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names of classes: freshman, sophomore, junior, senior; names of school subjects ... Cardinals, but not football team, varsity soccer team. college degrees when abbreviated but ... the name, be capitalized and not set off by commas: Junior Cynthia Doyle, ... Do not use an apostrophe behind a year unless you are using the ...

Capitalization | Style Guide | CSU Branding Standards Guide | CSU

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Oct 20, 2016 ... Capitalizing a word gives it significance or emphasis. ... words designating academic terms and years (freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, fall ...

Capitalization - Information Technology Services, UNCG - The ...

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DO capitalize: ... Do not capitalize these titles when they follow the name. ... when referring to more than one: schools, offices, colleges, and departments. ... or high school, or the words freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate. However, when referring to a class according to its year of graduation, capitalize Class.

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Capitalization : Saint Anselm College

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Do not capitalize college when referring to Saint Anselm College (e.g., The college ... Thereafter you can use the abbreviated text. ... in college or high school, or the words freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate, when referring to the classification of the student. Humanities II must be taken in the sophomore year.

Capitalization of academic classifications, courses, and degrees

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Junior-Senior Prom Do not capitalize academic classifications without specific activities. Freshman year, senior. Capitalize courses followed by a number, a language, ... Did you take American (History, history) in high school? history. History ...

Associated Press Style Guide - Hometown Newsmaker Guide

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Here you will find a summary of some AP guidelines that relate directly to hometown news. ... The full title of an academic course should be capitalized. ... Years Do not abbreviate freshman, sophomore, junior or senior unless they are starting ...