Deadlines for Submitting Thesis/Dissertation
Forms for Theses and Dissertations
For Faculty and Staff only
The deadlines have been set for students to submit the final copy of their thesis/dissertation:
Spring 2018 - April 27, 2018
Summer 2018 - August 7, 2018
Fall 2018 - November 30, 2018
Spring 2019 - April 26, 2019
Summer 2019 - August 7, 2019
Guide to the Preparation of Theses and Dissertations
All theses/dissertations must be reviewed by the Graduate School 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
Please review this document, Student Instructions, to submit the final copy of your Thesis or Dissertation electronically.
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
655 Driving Park Avenue
Rochester, NY 14613
Phone: (585) 458-2101
- 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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Maintained by Indiana University, the Copyright Management Center provides access to a wide variety of resources about copyright in general and its importance to higher education.