ATTENTION: Electronic submission of manuscripts is REQUIRED beginning with Fall 2014. Not all web pages have been completely updated and may have contradictory information. Please contact the Thesis and Dissertation Office if you have any questions or concerns about the submission process.
Specifically, the University Style and Format Guidelines PDF mentioned below has not been revised. An addendum will be available on this web page as soon as possible. In the meantime, be aware of these major changes that are described differently in the University Guidelines Manual PDF:
The 2011 edition of the University Style and Format Guidelines for Theses, Project Reports, and Dissertations is available as a PDF (click here) (opens in a new window). Students who require an accessible screen read version will need to use Adobe Reader 9.0 or above. From the "View" menu in Adobe Reader, select the "Read Out Loud" option to have the PDF document read.
The University Style and Format Guidelines for Theses, Project Reports, and Dissertations is available as a PDF (click here) and should be consulted by all graduate students as they prepare their thesis, project report, or dissertation for submission. Along with the university guide, departmental style guides (e.g., APA, MLA, etc.) should be consulted for specific citation and reference style. If you are using human and/or animal subjects in your research, contact the Office of University Research. For more information regarding Graduate Programs, please visit the Graduate Studies Website.
LINKS TO FORMATTING RESOURCES
Click on any underlined item listed below to bring up a new web page with formatting information.