Division of Research and Graduate Studies
Fall 2022 Thesis Submission Deadline: Friday, November 4, 5:00 p.m.
Follow the steps below to submit your thesis:
You must indicate your intent to submit your dissertation or thesis by registering your work with the DTO.
Only properly formatted dissertations/theses (see below for guidelines and templates) with approval of all committee members will be accepted for review. Plan ahead. Secure approval in advance of the deadline.
Send your thesis via email attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only send document once you have received confirmation from Dissertation/Thesis Consultant that all committee approvals have been received (see Step 2).
Can't make the deadline?
Read about the More Time option. Please note: Students who opt for "more time" MUST reapply to graduate for the subsequent term.More Time Instructions
Guidelines for Thesis PreparationThesis Guidelines
Policies and Procedures
Dissertation/Thesis Office Forms
Multi-modal Dissertations and Theses
Benefits for participation include improved visibility for high-quality projects. Such exposure may be helpful to student resumes and provide recognition for faculty members guiding students through the research process. Participation also ensures uniformity in the professional presentation of projects.
Students completing master's theses are no longer required to provide the University Library with a hardbound copy. You may request personal use copies.
Thesis/Dissertation Embargo Request
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