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Thesis Help 2021-2022

Spring '22 Thesis Submission Info

The Registrar and the Library have amended 2022 requirements to streamlined formatting, submission before the Orals exam, and final thesis submission process for Spring 2022.

Questions? Want more help? Reserve an appointment with a librarian to chat about your thesis via the requesting help form.

This guide contains the updated formatting and submission guidelines for thesis students. Information found elsewhere, such as the senior handbook, may be incorrect or incomplete. This guide is subject to change.

Please email Ask A Librarian with questions.

General Library Information

Research Help

Librarians are available for each discipline. They can help you navigate databases, obtain materials, help with copyright, use images, cite resources, or interpret thesis requirements. Please contact your subject librarian with any questions.

 

Borrowing and Due Dates

Thesis students can check books out until the last day of their graduating semester. For information on getting books and other materials for your thesis please see our Get Books webpage. If you need help finding or obtaining materials for your thesis, contact your subject librarian.

 

Purchasing Books and Media

If we do not own a resource that would be integral to your thesis, contact your subject librarian as we may be able to purchase either a physical or digital copy.

 

Thesis Desk and Lockers

Due to necessary seismic construction, thesis desks will not be assigned for the 2021-2022 academic year. Instead, an area of the library will be reserved for thesis students. Assigned thesis shelving are available for storing books, and lockers will be available free of charge. To sign up for thesis shelf space fill out the Thesis Self Assignment Form. If you have any questions, please Ask a Librarian