Format. Review. Publish.

THESIS AND DISSERTATION DEADLINES

Disclaimer: must be enrolled in 799 A or B, see Graduate Division for more information.

Spring 2019 Deadlines:

Submission Deadline: March 29th at 3:45pm
Publication Deadline: May 17th at 3:45pm
Avoid Re-enrollment in 799B: May 24th at 3:45pm

Summer 2019 Deadlines:

Submission Deadline: June 28th at 3:45pm
Publication Deadline: August 16th at 3:45pm
Avoid Re-enrollment in 799B: August 21st at 3:45pm

Fall 2019 Deadlines:

Submission Deadline: October 30th at 3:45pm
Publication Deadline: December 18th at 3:45pm
Avoid Re-enrollment in 799B: December 20th at 3:45pm

Submission Deadline

Submitting your thesis to Montezuma Publishing (MP) by this deadline guarantees that MP will review your thesis and return it to you for corrections, if necessary, at least one week prior to the Completion deadline. Theses that are resubmitted for review will be given priority status but still require a full review. Meeting this deadline for thesis review allows you to have the best possibility for graduation during the current semester.

Publication Deadline

Your thesis must be reviewed* and approved, by the 3:45pm deadline, with all fees paid for publishing the library requirements and any required department copies in order to graduate during the current semester. Students missing this final deadline will be required to reapply for graduation for the term in which they expect to graduate.

* Be advised the initial review can take up to 3-4 weeks.

Avoid Re-enrollment in 799B

If you submit your thesis by 3:45pm on this deadline, you will not have to re-enroll in Thesis 799B for the following semester, but you must re-apply for graduation. Note that your thesis must meet the following minimum requirements:

  1. All mandatory preliminary pages must be filled out (Title page, Signature page, Copyright page, Abstract, Table of Contents, List of Figures/Tables if applicable).
  2. The department approved style guide must be used for all citations and references.
  3. Your thesis must be in a single Word Document or PDF.

If your thesis does not meet these minimum requirements, your thesis will be rejected and you will be required to re-enroll.

Thesis orders are accepted between the hours of 8:00am - 3:45pm, Monday through Friday.