Sep 25, 2012 ... Capitalizing a word gives it significance or emphasis. ... words designating
academic terms and years (freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, fall ...
names of classes: freshman, sophomore, junior, senior; names of school subjects
... but not football team, varsity soccer team. college degrees when abbreviated
but not ... Titles or identification should generally precede the name, be
capitalized and not ... Do not use an apostrophe behind a year unless you are
using the ...
www.msubillings.edu/businessfaculty/larsen/grammar - capitalization.pdf
from what you have been using. ... classes: freshman, sophomore, junior, senior
... or initiative is officially recognized and formally named, avoid capitalizing. ....
Letting Go: A Parents' Guide to Understanding the College Years, by Karen Levin
faculty. fall. freshman. freshmen. junior. major. master's. senior. sophomore ...
Generally avoid placing The before the name of a college or university. ...
Capitalize complete names of degrees but do not capitalize when degrees are ....
Capitalize U.S. forces, lowercase foreign forces, unless you are using the
complete and ....
Abbreviations for degrees should be written without periods and spaces between
letters. ... Academic Years and Semesters .... Never capitalize freshman,
sophomore, junior or senior, unless used in a title. ... (If you are unsure whether
or not to use a hyphen, consult Webster's Collegiate Dictionary or the AP
Make all capitalization consistent with the rules of convention outlined in the ...
Do not capitalize these titles when they follow the name. ... The following words
when referring to more than one: schools, offices, colleges, and departments. ...
or high school, or the words freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate.
Academic degrees are not capitalized when written out. ... Do not capitalize the
words freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate when referring to the ...
Aug 26, 2013 ... When referring to formal academic degrees, uppercase the first letter of the
degree. ... Do not capitalize freshman, sophomore, junior or senior.
Since the rules for capitalization are virtually endless, we'll continue our ...
references to academic years like freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior. ... You
should also capitalize pronouns referring to a supreme being when they stand
academic years: Always lower-case freshman, sophomore, junior, senior.
acronyms: Do not use periods in acronyms. ... college name: Always capitalize as
a proper noun unless you are using a generic term: Mount Wachusett Community