Your thesis will represent you, your department, and The University of Arizona in the international scholarly community.
Your work is important and worthy of professional presentation.
It has been obtained via the internet at \begin Manual/\end on May 10, 1996. No guarantee is made that this information is current, and students should check with the Graduate College before submitting a dissertation or thesis.
\end \chapter Use this manual as a guide for setting up the physical format of your thesis, dissertation or document.
With proportional printing, the letter w is given more space than the letter i, creating a more aesthetic and professional-looking line of text.
\subsection Papers prepared on good quality electric typewriters are acceptable.
Publication by UMI does not preclude publication by other means later.
You are urged to submit your work for publication in a scholarly or professional journal.
If format requirements for the document or dissertation vary from those for the thesis, specific requirements for each type of paper will be listed.
Two final copies of the thesis must be submitted; both must meet all specifications of this manual.