This section will give a brief overview of these miscellaneous typographical symbols and how they are or might be used in modern English. Note that this section is not meant to be complete or exhaustive; there are many other typographical marks in existence that serve various functions. It is primarily used to indicate a footnote a clarifying, explanatory, or illustrative note placed at the bottom of the pagethough it can also be used to replace omitted letters or words.
Student residences should never be referred to as "dorms" or "dormitories. The Student Union has naming conventions within its own building: Classes and courses Use lowercase when referring to courses and classes.
In general, uppercase when referring to the specific name of a class or if the class name includes a proper noun or numeral. There should be no quotation marks around course names. As a freshman, John enrolled in a psychology course and a history course. Do not use coed to refer to a person.
Osprey Hall is a coed residence hall. Capitalize names of specific committees and lowercase committee on second references.
The Student Appeals Committee met Thursday. The appeals committee met Thursday. Courtesy and professional titles Refer to both men and women by first and last names. Do not use the courtesy titles Mr. Reserve courtesy titles primarily for addresses and letter salutations.
Courtesy titles also may be used when preferred in formal documents. Second and subsequent references generally use last names only. Position titles such as "dean," "director" or "professor" should be capitalized only when immediately preceding a name.
Lowercase a title after a name or when the title does not immediately precede the name. A juris doctor J. Joseph Jones, vice president for student affairs Right: Elizabeth Green, superintendent of schools Right: The preferred style is to use "Dr.
In photo cutlines, the preferred style is to include first and last names only, omitting courtesy and professional titles. Email Write the word "email" without a hyphen. Lowercase the "e" in "email" unless it is the first word of a sentence or part of a title that uses uppercase letters.
Majors, programs Do not capitalize majors, programs, specializations or concentrations of study when they are not part of a designated degree. The exception is a language, i.
He received a bachelor's degree in criminal justice. His major was criminal justice. His program was criminal justice.
Her program was French. UNF's academic terms "program" and "major" are interchangeable. Race Capitalize names of races Caucasian, Hispanicbut do not capitalize black and white when used to refer to races. Black is the preferred term unless someone has a preference for African-American. Use lowercase when referring to northern Florida in geography.
UNF lies in the heart of Northeast Florida. Summer theater entertains northern Florida and its neighbors. Seasons Lowercase spring, summer, fall and winter, as well as all derived words, such as springtime. Capitalize only when part of a formal name. We had a dry summer. Fall Commencement Ceremony Right:How To Survive Formal In New Orleans by PlattyBlonde Jan 31, Spring semester is usually hailed as the prime time for day parties (yaaas) and graduation (hard pass).
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