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Submitting the ETD (Electronic Thesis/Dissertation)

To submit your manuscript, upload a pdf version of it to the Thesis and Dissertation Services ETD Submittal System, Vireo. The recommended maximum file size is 30 MB. If you have trouble uploading, please contact Thesis and Dissertation Services.


To maintain degree eligibility in the semester you intend to graduate, you must meet the scheduled deadline for submitting:

This date, along with other dates of interest, is posted on the Graduate and Professional School dates and deadlines calendar. There are no exceptions for late submittal.

Students should only submit in the semester they intend to graduate. The thesis/dissertation submission platform is shut down for a few weeks after Deadline Day. Students wanting to submit a thesis/dissertation for the next semester may consult the Graduate and Professional School’s dates and deadlines calendar for information about the first day they can upload their manuscript.

Thesis and Dissertation Corrections

Students may make only those corrections required by Thesis and Dissertation Services after the manuscript is submitted. Additional corrections requested by the student, the chair, or other committee members will not be accepted without approval of the Graduate and Professional School.

Thesis and Dissertation Services will contact the student via email after the first review of the manuscript. The student will make requested corrections in the original Word (or other) file, convert the revised document to a new PDF file, and upload the new PDF to the ETD Submission System, Vireo.

All corrections must be made promptly and meet the deadlines on the Graduate and Professional Studies calendar. Graduation may be postponed if corrections are not made on time. (Keep in mind that the title page must be changed to reflect the correct graduation date if graduation is postponed to another semester.)

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