Thesis/Dissertation Information

Forms for Theses and Dissertations

For Faculty and Staff only

Deadlines:

The deadlines have been set for Summer 2015 through Spring 2016 to submit the final copy of a

Thesis/Dissertation, the deadlines are as follows:

Summer 2015: August 11, 2015

Fall 2015: December 4, 2015

Spring 2016: April 22, 2016

Guide to the Preparation of Theses and Dissertations

Guidelines for the Preparation and Processing of Theses and Dissertations

All theses/dissertations must be reviewed by the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies prior to the final copy being submitted. Call (502)852-6495 or email to set up an appointment to have your thesis/dissertation reviewed.

Electronic Submission of Thesis or Dissertation

The following steps must be taken to submit the final copy of your Thesis or Dissertation electronically:

  1. Document must be converted to a PDF document.
  2. Complete the Electronic Thesis or Dissertation Submission Form.
  3. The signature page within the electronic version must have the names of your committee members typed under the signature line; the signatures cannot be scanned into the document.
  4. Submit a signed signature page on white paper, with original signatures, to the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies, attention Courtney Kerr.
  5. Submit the completed form (Nonexclusive License form - pdf). This form was provided after the review from the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies.

If you have further questions or concerns, feel free to contact Courtney Kerr, Coordinator of Academic Services at (502) 852-6495 or by email.

Thesis or Dissertation Bindery Options

The HF Group
1010 North Sycamore Street
North Manchester, IN  46962
Phone:  (800) 334-3628
Web-site:  www.thesisondemand.com

Book1One
655 Driving Park Avenue
Rochester, NY  14613  
Phone:  (585) 458-2101
Email:  coreyu@book1one.com
Web-site:  www.Book1One.com
Self-Publishing Blog: www.Book1Blog.com


Roullet Bookbinders, Inc.
2800 Monticello Avenue
Norfolk, VA  23504
Phone:  (757)623-4244
Email:  bindit@longs-roullet.com
Web-site:  www.longs-roullet.com

  • Please note:  This information is provided for the convenience of students; the University of Louisville does not endorse or recommend any of the businesses listed above.  Students are free to choose binderies which are not included in the list.
  • If students plan to bind their Thesis or Dissertation, it is recommended to print the signature page on 25% cotton paper (white).

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