Documents should be submitted electronically in PDF format via the Electronic Thesis and Dissertation (ETD) website. Please note that this link takes you to the Vireo site for UTA. We are no longer accepting submissions through the ProQuest ETD Administrator site. Students who would like their document to be sent to ProQuest will have the option to do so within the Vireo site.
Thesis and dissertation documents must be written in the format approved by your committee and committee chair. The Library no longer does mechanical checks. Please speak with your advisor about formatting issues.
If you have questions, please fill out the form below.
Deadline to submit your approved Thesis or Dissertation to the Library
|Spring 2019||May 3, 2019|
August 9, 2019
|Fall 2019||December 6, 2019|
The library strongly encourages you to contact your chair to discover what template is recommended by your academic unit. For a new LaTeX template, please contact your department.
- New Manual for Graduate Students from the Graduate Studies Office; this includes Article Based and Monograph Based Thesis/Dissertation Manuals
Survey of Earned Doctorates (PhD students only)
Office of Graduate Studies
Tips for Thesis and Dissertation
- How to Format Landscape Page Numbers
- Create a Table of Contents and Table of Figures
- The Research Process: Step-by-Step
Binding Personal Copies of Theses and Dissertations
If you have questions or need additional assistance, please fill out the form below.
If you would like to hire a professional to format your thesis or dissertation, you can find freelancers specializing in Microsoft Word formatting through the following links. These links are for your information only. All financial arrangements and agreements made between you and any freelance professional you contact are between you and that professional only. Neither the University of Texas at Arlington, the UT Arlington Libraries, nor the UT Arlington Office of Graduate Studies assume any responsibility on your behalf or that of the professional.
Thesis and dissertation formatting is ultimately the responsibility of the student and all published thesis and dissertation deadlines must be met by the student.