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Congratulations on the completion of your thesis/dissertation!
Prior to electronic archival, most hard copy dissertations only received a few library requests each semester.
Now, Binghamton University's theses and dissertations are downloaded electronically hundreds of times each year.
Please note that some departments/programs require students to purchase at least one bound hard copy of the thesis/dissertation to be archived with the department. See the Graduate School Manual for a list of departments/programs that have informed the Graduate School that they do not require bound hard copies.
After submitting your thesis/dissertation electronically, submit the following materials to the Graduate School.
The formal review, approval, cataloging, and microfilming processes take time, so it may be several weeks before the dissertation or thesis becomes available in the University library system or on the UMI/Pro Quest website.
Students who submit early in the semester and plan to begin a new job shortly after submission can request a Letter of Completion for their employer.
If your submission requires formatting revisions, submit revisions electronically on the Pro Quest/UMI website.
The Graduate School recommends that you submit revisions in a timely manner (within 1 week of receiving the notification of the need for revisions).
The Graduate School cannot confer your degree until your thesis/dissertation has been submitted and accepted.
Please consult your department or faculty advisor to determine whether you should defend your thesis/dissertation before submitting it to the Graduate School. Use the thesis/dissertation formatting guide and sample below to prepare your thesis/dissertation to meet formatting requirements.