Your doctoral dissertation or master’s thesis is a scholarly publication reflecting the results of your research and academic pursuits at the University of Oregon.
Master's students completing a terminal project, capstone, final paper, or other types of non-thesis culminating projects should refer to their departments for guidelines and need not adhere to the Division of Graduate Studies' requirements for submission and format. Not sure whether you're completing a thesis or a project? Find more information here.
Your electronic thesis or dissertation (ETD) will be made available to the public in Scholars’ Bank, UO’s open access repository for the intellectual work of faculty, students, and staff. All dissertations are also published by ProQuest.
* NEW * Dissertation Writing Assistance - from September 2023
Dissertation writing help is available to students at all stages of their dissertation from conception to final formatting. At no expense to students, the Division of Graduate Studies is sponsoring one-hour sessions with Alexa Weinstein, an experienced graduate-level academic editor and dissertation writing instructor. To schedule, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your upcoming available times.
Thesis and Dissertation Policies and Procedures
We are unable to offer in-person editing assistance. You can contact the Division of Graduate Studies to ask formatting questions and/or arrange preliminary electronic review—subject to staff availability—of drafts of your document after you have formatted it to meet the style guidelines.
For other questions, please contact the Division of Graduate Studies at 541-346-5129 or email@example.com.
Ordering Printed Copies of Your Thesis or Dissertation
If you would like to purchase printed copies of your thesis or dissertation, you may order bound copies through ProQuest (Order copies page), or you may order copies on your own through other outlets.
Other online options, such as Thesis on Demand, allow you to upload your manuscript as a PDF and order copies online.
In any case, the student is responsible for investigating the costs and quality of the chosen vendor. The university does not endorse or recommend any specific printing service.