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Thesis Information

Thesis Production in the Department

As soon as you have passed your defense and your thesis/dissertation is ready for reproduction, contact Lisa Haines in Room 133 Fenske for the Request for Thesis Form and further instructions. A copy of your thesis/dissertation must be given by hard copy, CD, USB flash drive or e-mail.

While each student is responsible for having his/her own thesis typed, the department will assist with thesis reproduction. The department will furnish the required number of copies of the final draft including multiple copies which are to be furnished to a sponsor. Binding will be the responsibility of the department, except of the author's personal copies.

The student must assume responsibility for getting the thesis to the Graduate School and providing the department with contact information for concerns regarding the thesis. Specific arrangements for reproducing your thesis should be made through your thesis advisor.

If your thesis is to be printed through department facilities, the student should inform the advisor and all others concerned as early as possible in what semester or summer session he/she expects to graduate, and as closely as possible, when the thesis will be ready for printing. In many cases, departmental printing schedules are tight and the student should allow ample time for the thesis to be printed. Theses are generally printed on a "first come" basis, but in all cases, department printing will take precedence over thesis printing.

  • Students are responsible for their own proofreading required in connection with the thesis/dissertation.
  • Students are responsible for the payment of postage and othe Graduate School fees related to the thesis/dissertation and graduation.
  • Ph.D. Theses must be accompanied by Vita sheet. Both M.S. theses and Ph.D. dissertations require an abstract.

Updated on 07/22/14

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