Theses, Doctoral Projects and Dissertations
The Office of Theses, Doctoral Projects and Dissertations supports post-baccalaureate UIW students in the task of creating correctly formatted and ready-to-publish manuscripts. Support includes providing instructional time to students and materials about writing, formatting, and publishing. Click here to make an appointment with the coordinator for theses, doctoral projects and dissertations.
Format review verifies that the student document is formatted according to the editorial style standards of the student's academic discipline and all additional UIW style requirements. Students submit their scholarly work for deposit into The Athenaeum, UIW's institutional repository of scholarly work; dissertations must also be deposited into the ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Global database.
All students should be aware of format review deadlines. Format review must be completed
and approved by the Dean of Research and Graduate Studies before the student can be
granted the degree.
Format Review Deadlines
Deadlines to submit student work for format review are:
If the submission due date falls on a weekend, the submission is due the next regular weekday. Please allow at least three weeks for format review to be completed. Student work submitted after the deadlines may not be reviewed in time to meet the graduation deadlines established by the UIW Registrar. View the Academic Calendar for graduation deadlines.
Click on Submitting your Work to review instructions about how to submit your document for format review and publication.
Writing and Formatting Help for All Graduate Students
Students can contact the Office of Theses, Doctoral Projects and Dissertations with
questions or concerns about any aspect of the document formatting and publication
process. Help with any aspect of the writing process is available at the Graduate
Student Writing Center, WCOnline.
WCOnline--Graduate students can seek writing assistance for any kind of writing question and
at any stage of manuscript preparation through WCOnline. The graduate student writing support center is staffed by experienced writing development
specialists who are available for consultations in person and online.