Dissertation submission guidelines

ProQuest welcomes graduate (post-graduate) works from all countries. As long as your work is a Master's Theses or PhD Dissertation / Thesis, ProQuest is able to accept the work. In the United States, ProQuest's policy is to accept master's theses and dissertations from all institutions which have been accredited by one of the six regional accrediting bodies (Middle States Association, New England Association, North Central Association, Northwest Association, Southern Association and Western Association) for inclusion in the ProQuest Dissertations & Theses database. Regional accreditation means that the accredited institutions are eligible for membership in the Council of Graduate Schools, which is the standard by which the United States higher education community judges itself. Master's theses and dissertations from independent medical and law schools accredited by the AMA and ABA are also accepted. Learn more .

Every student planning to file and graduate must submit a dissertation/thesis for format review at least two weeks prior to the final filing deadline .  The format review is uploaded via the ProQuest ETD website .   Please complete all the required screens and SUBMIT your document online.  For additional information visit our ProQuest ETD FAQ page .  Graduate Division staff will review your submission and identify any formatting issues.  We will communicate with you via email regarding necessary changes to the document.  If a second upload is required, you will be notified once the formatting has been approved and no further changes are needed.  This is an important step to ensure your document is ready by the final filing deadline .

Dissertation submission guidelines

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