Synonym that can be used interchangeably for junior. Hyphenate the adjective: He is in his third year; he is a third-year student.
No hyphen; adjective only. Avoid in print the noun “postdoc,” informal academic jargon for a postdoctoral position or research or funding, or for someone engaged in postdoctoral work.
No hyphen; adjective only. Avoid “postgrad.”
Hyphenate the adjective: UGA is a land-grant institution.
One word in all uses.
Synonym that can be used for senior. Hyphenate the adjective: He is in his fourth year; he is a fourth-year student.
Synonym that can be used interchangeably for freshman. Hyphenate the adjective: He is in his first year; he is a first-year student.
For companies, associations, organizations, etc., use the official name on first reference.
Avoid using acronyms and initialism used only within the internal UGA community when writing for an external audience.
For all usages, the University of Georgia should be abbreviated as UGA on second reference.
An abbreviation, initialism or acronym may be used if its meaning will be clear to the reader.