Instructions for Binding Theses and Dissertations Written by Graduate Students
- It is the responsibility of each individual student to have copies of his or her thesis made.
- Proceed to the ASU Cashier’s office, where you will pay for the binding of all copies and obtain a receipt
- Deliver the receipt from the cashier as well as the theses that need to be bound to the Graduate School
Where can I find theses and dissertations for ASU students?
Theses and dissertations from Arizona State University can be found in the ASU Digital Repository (2011- present).Electronic and print versions of theses and dissertations may be found in ProQuest Dissertations and Theses (PQDT) and Dissertations and Theses At Arizona State University (1938 – 2010).You may get one on loan from the library just like a regular book if there is one available.
What is the ASU Graduate College format manual?
Your style guide and the Format Wizard will be rendered obsolete once the ASU Graduate College Format Manual has been applied as the criterion for evaluating the quality of your publication. As you work on your thesis or dissertation under the direction of the chair of your committee, you can use a resource called the ASU Format Wizard to get some help with the writing process.
Can my format advisor Help Me format my thesis or dissertation?
Please be aware that format advisers do not offer advice or instruction to students on how to use software, nor may they offer advice to students on how to use software. The Graduate College offers a formatting tool for students to use in Microsoft Word and LaTeX called the Format Wizard. This tool is intended to aid students with the formatting of their thesis or dissertation.
Do I need format approval to defend my thesis/dissertation?
Students are required to be enrolled in at least one credit hour of coursework during the semester in which they intend to defend their thesis or dissertation as well as the semester in which they are working on making format adjustments.The Graduate College is not required to give its permission for the format of concluding events that do not involve a thesis (such as Applied Projects, Capstone Courses, Comprehensive Exams, or Portfolios).