Thesis/Dissertation Style Guide
The Graduate School has prepared a handbook to assist graduate students in the preparation of masters theses and doctoral dissertations. This is available for free through the Graduate School's Web site
The Graduate School has templates for MS Word (doc) and Latex as well as aTemplate Users Guide (doc).
Electronic Submission Site
Submit your thesis or dissertation electronically, view thesis & dissertation guidelines, and review past papers.
Dissertation/Thesis Support Group
The Counseling Center's Learning Assistance Service has created the Dissertation Support Group to help students get past the dissertation deadlock that often causes bright and capable graduate students to feel overwhelmed by the task confronting them. This semi-structured group focuses on helping graduate students build skills relevant to completing the dissertation (i.e., goal setting and time management) For information on the group, or to register to participate, contact Dr. Marcy Marinelli, Director of the Learning Assistance Service on x47680 or by e-mail email@example.com.
The Preservation Program offers thesis, dissertation, and personal binding to the university community with its commercial library bindery program.
Electronic Dissertation/Thesis On-line Database
Search on-line for electronic dissertations dating back to 1998.