How to Submit
You must submit your *thesis online through ProQuest. Make sure you read all submission instructions before attempting to submit through ProQuest. View the instructions and submit »
*Thesis must be content complete, committee approved, and publication ready before submission.
Be sure to stay on top of of the deadlines for the various steps for submission. Track your deadlines »
Once at the site, select “Submit my dissertation/thesis,” and follow the instructions. When creating your account, enter the email address you use most. Once you’ve completed the final step, you will receive an email confirming your submission. You’ll learn by email whether your thesis requires any formatting changes within about a week. If so, the email you receive will contain instructions for making these.
Other methods of submission are available. For more information contact the Master's Recorder Alex Rooks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thesis embargoes for longer than two years must be approved by the Associate Dean of the University Graduate School. Such a request should be submitted, in writing, to the Master’s Recorder in the University Graduate School. All requests for embargoes longer than two years are considered on a case-by-case basis. The need for a longer embargo needs to be well-justified and the written request should include a detailed rationale for the longer embargo.
You must also submit an original signed acceptance page to the University Graduate School. You can do this before or after submitting your master’s thesis. No proxy signatures are allowed. You may Submit these to our office in Wells Library, Room E546.