The ETD cannot be approved until the Graduate School receives the signed thesis approval page.
You should check with your advisor to determine if your department or program requires additional electronic or paper copies.
See Format for Deposit guidelines for specifications about layout, file formats, adding supplementary files, pagination, and approval pages. This should be done at least 2 weeks prior to depositing with the library.
View screenshots and detailed instructions for this action in CUNYfirst.
Ohio LINK requires that the ETD must be submitted in PDF format.
One copy of the PDF thesis must be deposited at the Ohio LINK ETD Center by going to https:// not later than 30 days after the end of the semester in which the degree will be granted (due dates are published by the Graduate School and distributed to the departments and program offices).
This handbook is basically a guide to format, not an exhaustive guide to style or to the process of developing and writing a thesis.
Individual departments or programs may stipulate additional requirements, and, in matters of format, style, and procedure not specified in this handbook, students should seek the advice of their thesis directors.
This will notify various offices at the Graduate Center, including the Library, that you plan to deposit a dissertation, thesis, or capstone project for the next degree date.
Students can “View Graduation Status” to see when each program has been applied, approved (all degree requirements met), or awarded (degree has been conferred). Doctoral graduates: NSF Survey of Earned Doctorates.