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Last Updated: Sep 30, 2014 URL: Print Guide Email Alerts

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Model Papers

Want to see what a finished paper using your style guide should look like? Here are some examples:

  • MLA
            -  Sample Paper 1 (from OWL at Purdue)
            -  Sample Paper 2 (from Bedford/St. Martin's)
  • APA
            -  Sample Paper 1 (from the American Psychological Association)
            -  Sample Paper 2 (from OWL at Purdue)
            -  Sample Paper 3 (from Bedford/St. Martin's)
  • Chicago

            -  Sample Paper (from Bedford/St. Martin's)

NOTE: This site provides sample papers referring to both the current Chicago Style Manual (16th ed.) and the 15th ed.  

  -  To access a sample paper referring to the 15th ed., click on the PDF link.
  -  To view a sample paper referring to the current style manual (16th ed.), 
refer to the paper on the main page of this link.

  • CSE

            -  Sample Paper (from Bedford/St. Martin's)


Available Style Guides

There are a number of style manuals used on campus.

Use these quick links or the tabs above for guidance while citing your sources:


  • APSA Style (American Political Science Association)

  • ASA Style (American Sociological Association)

  • CSE Style (Council of Science Editors)

  • ACS (American Chemical Society)




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