Research Guides (to be added at a later date)
After using any of these resources, always double-check your citations against the most current published guide.
Below you will find resources for the most commonly used citation styles from the style guide homepages, as well as, the Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL).
Frequently Asked Questions
Source: Merriam-Webster.com, 2017
"Anoka-Ramsey has many great opportunities to explore your interests. When I enrolled, for example, two of my big interests were writing and theatre. I was able to take a wide range of writing classes, join the Creative Writing Club, and take part in editing the school's literary journal “The Rapids Review.” In theatre, I took several classes and acted in the school's production of “The Miser.” In each experience, I met like-minded students and knowledgeable, personable instructors who I now call friends."
"When I walked through the doors here, I knew this was the place to get started. I’ve enjoyed it here ever since. Being Hispanic I appreciate the diversity at Anoka-Ramsey. I have met people from all over the world. It’s fun to have them share their cultures with me, and to see they have the same interests as I do."
"The Cambridge Campus is not just a school, it’s a community. I got to know people of all ages from all walks of life. The facilities are nice, things are always clean and maintained, and there is always plenty of parking. EVERYONE (instructors, advisors, staff, faculty, and peers) all want you to succeed and will help in any way they can.
I was intimidated to go back to college at 24. I thought everyone would be teenagers, and that I would be the only non-traditional student. Cambridge is a small campus. That really helped with my anxieties about returning to school."