This is a living document and will be updated periodically.
If you would like to add information about your school's policies and procedures, please contact Ohio LINK Support.
Graduate School takes lead on recent/current ETDs, the Libraries ensure ETDs are findable via the Libraries’ catalog.
For retrospective ETDs, the Graduate School and Libraries work together on policy for uploading and cataloging, and responding to inquiries about these documents.
Students may initiate a formatting check by emailing a dissertation or thesis PDF to [email protected]
(Do not copy Shari on these submission emails.) You should receive an automatic confirmation that we have received your file if the PDF is attached.
People's Choice award winner Cynthia Dobbs, a doctoral student in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, explains her research on toads, molds, and automobiles as part of the Three Minute Thesis competition.
Printer Friendly PDF Introduction Embargoes Take Down Requests Submission Deadline Document Review Process Submission Process Corrections of Published ETDs Digital/Institutional Repository Submission Library and Graduate School Relationship Non-Traditional ETDs and Supplemental Files Resources Provided about ETDs for Students FAQ The purpose of this document is to capture a majority of important decisions to consider when setting up or reviewing local ETD policies and workflows for staff and students.
We strongly recommend the use of citation management software in compiling your bibliography for any research document as complex as a dissertation or thesis.
Refer to the Hesburgh Library resources on the Author Resources page for assistance.