The U in university should not be capitalize except when using the full name of the university: University of Puget Sound.
If shortening the name, use "Puget Sound," not "UPS."
Use only one space between sentences, not two.
Format times without trailing zeroes, a space after the number, and periods after the letters a/p and m: 8 a.m., not 8:00AM.
Use noon and midnight instead of 12 a.m. or 12 p.m.
Use numbers for dates, such as August 20, not August 20th.
Year spans should omit the century numbers on the second year listed if it's the same as the first number's century, as follows: 2007-08, 1999-2000
Don't capitalize words randomly. Only the first word of a sentence or header and proper nouns should be capitalized.
It is preferred to spell out the word "and" except in the following circumstances (on the Web only):
On navigation link titles, where we always use ampersands
When space is an issue and using an ampersand (&) would solve the problem
When it is a consistency issue
When an ampersand (&) is actually a part of something's proper name
The preferred spelling for common Web phrases is listed below. Note that some may deviate from your personal preference.
email or Email (without a hyphen)
online (without the hyphen)
Website (one word; lowercase except when appropriate to capitalize)
World Wide Web
In text, don't use email as a verb, such as "email us." Instead, use a phrase like "Send us an email message."
When adding a URL to your page, it is preferred to leave the http:// off for standard addresses that start with www. However, for addresses that don't use this standard convention, include the http:// so the reader is clear that this is a Web address (http://cascade.pugetound.edu).