Grammar and Language Usage
Lists (bulleted and numbered)
- If the sentence introducing the list is a complete sentence, it can end in a period or a colon. If the introductory material is not a complete sentence, use the punctuation mark that’s appropriate for the context, whether that’s a comma, semicolon, dash, or nothing at all.
A photocopy documenting one of the following will serve as proof of immunity:
- Two doses of the combination MMR vaccine; or
- Two doses of the measles vaccine and two doses of mumps vaccine; or
- Documentation from a physician.
Lottery dates are as follows:
- Fall housing residents/commuters – April
- Fall term – May
- Spring term – November
- Summer term – May
- If any or all of the items in a vertical list are complete sentences, punctuate all items in the list with periods.
- Capitalize material after a colon if it constitutes a complete sentence.