Student title page
On this site, you will find general information about MLA and APA format styles with specific requirements regarding title pages, headings, margins, and pagination.
Regardless of the style manual you follow, use only standard fonts for your paper. Pzge not enlarge the font to make your paper appear longer; college title page not make the font smaller so you can fit your paper into the prescribed college title page of pages.
Do not use a cursive or decorative font. This site offers only examples of the more common citations students use. Both style books are available in the bookstore and at the library. General format and title page: Your research paper needs to college title page typed and double-spaced on standard-sized paper 8.
Use one-inch margins on college title page four sides of each page.
Unless your professor specifically calls college title page one, a title page is unnecessary. In place of a title page, MLA style requires a heading on the first page of your college title page. The heading appears in the top, left corner of the first page, double-spaced. The heading includes your name, your professor's name, the course you are taking, and the date.
Center your title one line below the heading. Double-space the title if it extends past the first line.
Write your title in capital and lower-case letters. Do not underline your title or put it in quotation marks.
The page number preceded by your last name should appear in the upper right corner one-half inch from the top. Do not use a hyphen, period, or any other punctuation with the college title page number. Use this example as a guide:.]