Academic and Administrative Designations and Capitalization
The decision whether or not to capitalize a word depends on many factors including the word's position in a sentence and its function.
Titles are capitalized when they immediately precede names and are used as part of the names.
Titles are lowercased if they follow names or are used to help describe or identify people further.
When the title includes the specific name of an academic or administrative unit, the name of the unit is capitalized.
Note: It is redundant to refer to someone as:
When referring to office names and administrative areas: capitalize the formal name of the office, but use lowercase informally.
Do not capitalize the reference to a general administrative area of the University in which a person works, but when referring to the proper name, it may be capitalized.