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Avoid using possessives in reference to the institution.
Youth Pastors Forum
Royal Investors Dinner
Use hyphens to avoid confusion and in compound modifiers when they precede a noun, unless the modifiers end in –ly.
Avoid using hyphens with prefixes (pre-, multi-, extra-, etc.) unless the prefix ends with the same vowel that begins the following word or when the word that follows the prefix is capitalized. See exceptions “pre-law, pre-medicine, pre-nursing, and pre-professional programs” under “P”.
Never begin a sentence with a numeral or a year. Spell out numerals and rewrite sentences to avoid beginning them with a year.
Program titles are not capitalized within text (unless the official degree name), but acronyms referring to a program are always capitalized.