February 3, 2016
Some big changes are happening in the Thesis Office! Formating rules for all CSULB graduate level manuscripts—theses, project reports, and dissertations—have been updated to simplify the process and to parallel the current format style of other California universities.
During the transition period of Spring 2016 and Summer 2016 semesters, manuscripts using either the old 2011 rules or the new 2016 rules are acceptable. Beginning with Fall 2016, only the new format rules will be accepted.
Read more about these changes on the Thesis and Dissertation Office's Format Guide page.
For more information contact Vivian Reed, Manuscript Format Evaluator — Thesis & Dissertation Office at Vivian.Reed@csulb.edu.