These are the steps of the ETD submission process.....

Please note that the Creative Commons License selection does not apply to ProQuest’s use of your dissertation or thesis. ProQuest's use of your work is governed by the that you accepted earlier in the submission process.

The Preliminary Submission Paperwork consists of the following:

A and are provided at the end of this Guide. To expedite the submission process, your work must conform to these guidelines before you submit your document electronically. Please take time before submission to review and comply with these guidelines. You will be required to resubmit your document if revisions are needed, which delays your graduation clearance processing.


Welcome the UWF Honors Program thesis submission system.

Scholars who have questions about the honors thesis submission process can contact:

PDF/A is an ISO Standard for the long-term archiving of electronic documents. It forms the basis for archival document storage by universities, libraries, and museums worldwide, as well as being the specified format for electronic thesis submission via Theses Canada.


Doctoral and master's students whose degree requires the submission of a thesis must obtain a signed at the conclusion of their defense, submit this form to their departmental graduate administrator, and proceed with the steps below.The ETD submission system you will use to submit your thesis is the result of a partnership between the Graduate College and the University's digital repository for research and scholarship, UIC Indigo. After your thesis has been approved by the Graduate College Thesis Office, it will become available in UIC Indigo according to the you choose during submission.Doctoral and master's students whose degree requires the submission of a thesis must the final, approved version of the thesis to the University Library’s digital repository, also known as LIBRA, by the following deadlines:Before proceeding to the submission process, please take a moment to review the checklist below to ascertain that you have completed all required steps in the thesis/project clearance process.