Sep 12, 2007 – These sentences illustrate standard capitalization of words such as department, committee, team, unit, lab, division, and company: Jamie works in the Finance Department. (Finance is the name of a department. Both words are capitalized.)

Marketing and Communications Department. When giving the names of offices, only the key word(s) is (are) capitalized. The word office is not capitalized, nor is the word the preceding the name. the Center for Academic Excellence Career Services Registration office the Veterans Affairs office. Exception: Business Office …

Mar 27, 2011 – When using the word 'department' (or 'group', 'committee', and the like) as part of a recognized name it would be capitalized: Bill recently joined the Advertising Department. If using 'department' not as part of a specific name it would be lower case: We had a party to welcome Bill to the department.

General RulesProper nouns and official names are capitalized.Common nouns and informal forms of official names are not capitalized.Academic and Nonacademic Units and Bo.sCapitalize only the official and complete names of colleges, schools, departments, divisions, offices and official bo.s.

Aug 21, 2009 – Get Grammar Girl's take on when to capitalize words in business writing. Learn when job.les, job descriptions, and department names need to be capitalized, and when they should not.

Jan 8, 2007 – I am not sure if a position or department should be capitalized. … Other people would write both the department name and the job.le with capitals. … I would distinguish between the way you have used the terms in this sentence and what you would put in formal circumstances (eg on your business card, …

Dec 19, 2014 – The to of infinitives is also lowercase. University, when referring to the University of Rochester, is always capitalized. Faculty and administrative.les are capitalized when the full.le precedes the name; lowercase otherwise. Names of departments are capitalized only when using the full, formal name.