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Dissertations and Theses

Congratulations on nearing the end of your degree program! All of the information you will need to prepare your dissertation or thesis for submission to the Graduate School can be found through the links provided here. Begin by reading the Guidelines and completing the steps noted on the Preliminary and Final Review checklists. If you have questions after reviewing these documents, please contact Sandra Harman in the Graduate School office. Also, be sure to attend one of the Formatting Workshops offered each fall and spring semester.

All dissertations and theses are archived digitally in BearDocs and may be made available internationally via ProQuest Dissertation Services. (You have the option to restrict access to your work, if desired.) The quality of these works reflects the standards of Baylor University, the Graduate School, your department or institute, and the professors who work with you on this project. The responsibility for both the content and format of your dissertation/thesis rests solely with you and your advisory committee. The Graduate School is here to assist you in doing the job effectively and efficiently.

Note: The Guidelines are reviewed each semester and may be revised. Be sure you are working with the current version.

911 Formatting Help Spring 2014:
February 28 2:30-3:30pm
March 4 2:00-3:00pm
March 5 3:00-4:00pm
March 12 10:30-11:30am
March 17 3:00-4:00pm
March 19 3:00-4:00pm

Location for all 911 Formatting Help is ITS-Seminar 102.