Does your professor want you to list the course name, instructor name, etc.? These items aren’t required in APA style, but we have a special version of the APA course paper template with places to fill in this information.
Writing a paper in Chicago style? You can also save time and improve your formatting by using our Chicago Manual of Style course paper template! This template comes pre-made with Chicago-specific margins, font sizes, a cover page, page numbers, and other items.
If you’re writing a paper in Turabian style or SBL style, you should also use the Chicago Manual of Style course paper template. Both of these styles are based on Chicago style with some key differences:
1. SBL uses a set of abbreviations for commonly used theological journals, standard reference works, and other publications. Download our SBL Documentation packet from this page.)
2. Chicago style does not specify how your headings should look, aside from their being consistent. Turabian style specifically recommends the heading formatting below: