The Modern Language Association (MLA) is the "referee" for all papers in the humanities. It establishes a set of rules and guidelines for formatting, citations and more.
Click here to access the The MLA Style Center.
Click here to find the MLA's formatting guidelines.
MLA Heading (placed in top left corner of the paper, double-spaced)
The MLA does not have standards for the electronic submission of papers. Since we will use several different digital platforms as we work with our papers, please make the following changes to the MLA’s guidelines for formatting:
Font & Size: Callibri Light, size 11
Page Numbers: none
Placement of Works Cited Section: six lines below the concluding paragraph