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Electronic Thesis/Dissertation Submission Links

Student Instructions

To load your final document please click on the link below:

Please check the academic calendar for deadlines.

View the thesis/dissertation template:

  • ETD Template (PDF)
  • ETD Template (Word)
  • For help inserting and removing page numbers in your manuscript using Microsoft Word please click here.
  • Get feedback on writing your manuscript at the Writing Center.  To learn more about the Writing Center please click here.
View the ETD Manual:
  • ETD Manual
  • If you have questions or concerns, please contact the College of Graduate Studies at gradschool@georgiasouthern.edu or call 912-478-2647.

To load other scholarly research into Henderson Library’s Digital Commons system, use the Digital Commons.

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Electronic Theses & Dissertations — For Students

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Dissertation Announcement Form

Thesis/Dissertation Binding Information:

Please contact Georgia Southern Printing and Postal Services for printing and binding services, including thesis and dissertation printing and binding.

Summer 2024 Dissertation Defenses

CandidateProgramTitleDateTimeLocation
Keagan P KielyDoctor of Public Health“Association Between Physical Activity and Subclinical Atherosclerosis In Middle-aged and Older Adults”5/23/202411:00 AMPlease contact chair, Dr. Logan Cowan, for event location.
Sarah Foran
Doctor of Psychology“The Moderating Effects of Self-Compassion on Shame and Depression in Military Populations”5/28/202412:00 PMPlease contact chair, Dr. Ryan Couillou, for event location.
Sandhya Lohani Doctor of Public Health“Exploration of Spousal Labor Migration and Postpartum Experiences of Women in Nepal-A Qualitative Inquiry”6/7/202410:00 AMPlease contact chair, Dr. Tilicia L. Mayo-Gamble, for event location.
Christina SamuelDoctor of Public Health“Factors Associated with Hepatitis C-Related Hospitalization and Inpatient Mortality in the United States, Pre- and Post- Onset of the Covid-19 Pandemic”6/7/202412:00 PMPlease contact chair, Dr. Gulzar Shah, for event location.
Holly HamiltonDoctor of Education“The Impact of Financial Wellness on Student Success”6/12/202411:00 AMPlease contact chair, Dr. Elise Cain, for event location.

Frequently Asked Questions

What format does my thesis/dissertation have to be uploaded in?

  • The Electronic Theses & Dissertations Website accepts all forms of submissions, including Word Document (.doc) and PDF (.pdf).

How do I view the edits that I need to make?

  • You will receive an email when the College of Graduate Studies has reviewed your thesis/dissertation for the format check. Click on the link provided in the email to view the corrections that need to be made. The link in the email will send you to a site where you can view the requested revisions as well as revise your thesis/dissertation. Click on the “View decisions” to see the formatting errors. The following page it directs you to shows all the decision letters that were sent about formatting errors. Click on the subject link to view the email. Click on the link after “Attachment”. You will need to save the PDF to your computer to view the comments. Once you download the PDF onto your computer, open it and click on the Comment Tab in the upper right hand corner. A list of comments should appear.

How do I submit a revision?

  • The “Revise thesis/dissertation” button on the left hand side of the webpage allows you to upload a new thesis/dissertation. Once you click on the “Revise thesis/dissertation” button, you will be sent back to the original form that you have already filled out. Scroll down to “Upload Full Text” and click on “Upload file from your computer”.

I still have outstanding thesis/dissertation requirements on DegreeWorks even though I have submitted my thesis/dissertation. Why is this?

  • Once your thesis/dissertation has been approved for the format check by the College of Graduate Studies, your committee members must also verify your thesis/dissertation. Once all of the committee members have verified, the thesis/dissertation is sent to the library to be posted in the library repository. When it is posted in the repository, the outstanding thesis/dissertation requirements on DegreeWorks will be updated to complete.

Last updated: 2/7/2022