course work (noun)
class work (noun)
email (no hyphen)
full-time employee (adjective)
she works full time (adverb)
fundraising is difficult (noun)
the fundraising campaign (adjective)
We are holding a fundraiser (event)
He is a fundraiser (person)
health care (two words in all uses)
internet (lowercase “I” per AP Style update)
log in (verb)
log out (verb)
The long-range plans are astounding.
long range (adverb)
The ideas cover a long range.
The long-term system will be in effect for many more years.
long term (adverb)
The results will be firm and long term.
Net (cap “N,” no apostrophe)
offline and online (one word, no hyphen)
on-campus movies (adjective)
There are movies on campus week (preposition and noun)
part-time job (adjective)
Part time is the best option. (noun)
*For the use of hyphenation with the prefixes “post” and “pre” please consult your dictionary.
*In general, use a hyphen when the vowel “e” follows the prefix “re.” There are exceptions and additions. Consult your dictionary to be sure.
time-sharing (all computer-related uses)
vice president, vice chair
website (one word, lowercase “w”)
world-renowned school (adjective)
The school is world renowned.