TEXAS A&M-RELLIS PREFERRED USAGES AND STYLE EXCEPTIONS
Referencing Texas A&M-RELLIS
When referencing Texas A&M-RELLIS, use “Texas A&M-RELLIS” on first reference and “A&M-RELLIS” or “the RELLIS campus” on second reference. Do not put a space between the letters and the ampersand (i.e., A & M).
In the course of writing about Texas A&M-RELLIS, it is acceptable to write Texas A&M-RELLIS campus (no caps) if necessary for the sentence. If the word campus is not necessary, then just use Texas A&M-RELLIS.
Correct: Texas A&M-RELLIS
Second reference: A&M-RELLIS or the RELLIS campus
Texas A&M Unversity-RELLIS
Exception: RELLIS is allowed in digital applications such as website URL’s and social media for hashtags (i.e. #rellis) and account names (i.e. @rellisedu, @relliscampus).
To prevent confusion in publications for external audiences, always use “A&M-RELLIS” or “the RELLIS campus” on second reference, not just “RELLIS” alone.
In publications for internal audiences, the word “RELLIS” can be used alone on second reference.