Theses and Dissertations
Frances "Jody" Montgomery
Thesis and Dissertation Coordinator
Monday through Thursday, 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Revisions of theses must be completed by the ProQuest FINAL SUBMISSION date.
All theses must be submitted electronically by the first deadline of each semester. Any edits and revisions must be completed and approved by the final Friday of each semester.
Hard copies of signed transmittal forms, signature pages (2 copies are required), and originality certifications must be delivered to the Graduate School prior to electronic submission. Theses will not be accepted for review until these forms have been received by the Graduate School.
Thesis Submission Deadlines
|March 16||Deadline to submit thesis to the Graduate School via ProQuest|
|May 7||ProQuest FINAL SUBMISSION - Deadline to submit CLEARED thesis to ProQuest|
|July 6||Deadline to submit thesis to the Graduate School via ProQuest|
|August 7||ProQuest FINAL SUBMISSION - Deadline to submit CLEARED thesis to ProQuest|
|October 23||Deadline to submit thesis to the Graduate School via ProQuest|
|December 11||ProQuest FINAL SUBMISSION - Deadline to submit CLEARED thesis to ProQuest|
Thesis Writing and Formatting Aids
Enrolled dissertation students should access their Canvas accounts.
Dissertation Submission Deadlines
Deadlines for Submission to Graduate School
- Fall: October 14, 2019
- Spring: March 27, 2020
- Summer: July 1, 2020
Doctoral Students should follow the timeline specified in the Dissertation Submission Process.
Note: These dates apply only to those who desire to participate in commencement during the same semester in which they defend their dissertation and only to those whose manuscripts are in pristine condition when submitted to the DSQAC.
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Special Note from the Center for University Teaching, Learning, and Assessment (CUTLA)
Watch a Professional Authorship Practices workshop on good authorship practices and how authors can use iThenticate to evaluate the originality of their work and identify passages with problematic citations.