Spring 2019 Thesis Submission Deadline:
Friday, April 5, 5 p.m.
Can't make the deadline? Read this: On-time, more time, out-of-time
Provision for multi-modal dissertations and theses: The University Graduate Committee has approved a provision for multi-modal dissertations and theses.
Students completing master's theses are no longer required to provide the Madden Library with a hardbound copy. Read statement here.
Follow the steps below to submit your thesis for Fall 2018.
STEP 1: You must indicate your intent to submit your dissertation or thesis by registering
your work with the DTO.
Click here to register.
STEP 2: 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.
Click here for approval instructions.
STEP 3: Once we have received your registration information and approval from your chair and committee, you will be notified by email that a personal review folio has been created for you in Blackboard. You will then need to upload your approved dissertation or thesis.
Thesis Submission Process Infographic - a step by step guide with helpful links.
Request a thesis/dissertation embargo
Students may need to delay the release of a thesis or dissertation. ProQuest has assembled a guide to help determine if an embargo is necessary.
Thesis Information Session on YouTube
- New! Having trouble making tables? Get Acquainted with Tables, an online tutorial
- Thesis Guidelines
- Thesis Templates
- Dissertation (Ed.D.) students: Ed.D. Template 2018
- Doctoral in Physical Therapy (DPT) students: DPT Template 2018
*PDF files require the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.