Templates

The following page contains links to sample templates of pre-text pages for graduate theses, projects, and dissertations. It is intended to illustrate the font, margin, justification, pagination, and other requirements outlined in the Graduate Studies Handbook . These pages are to be used to help in the formatting of theses, projects, and dissertaions for the partial completion of a graduate degree.

Note: The Microsoft template files were created in Microsoft Word and have a file extension of *.dot. You must have Microsoft Word installed to use these templates.

Please Note: The Office of Graduate Studies does not endorse or promote the use of professional thesis/project/dissertation formatters. The University offers free and substantial resources to students who need formatting assistance.

Universal Format Pages (Arial)

Format is to be used by all disciplines, unless stated otherwise.

Thesis and Project Content Differences

Excerpts are taken from Graduate Studies handbook, chapters four and five.

College of Education

Interdisciplinary Studies

Mathematics

Social Work

If you are unable to download or unpack the compressed files, try downloading Stuffit for MacOS and WinZip for Windows.

Formatting Resources

Please see our list of online resources for help with formatting using MS Word and ADA compliance.

 

Please Note: The Office of Graduate Studies does not endorse or promote the use of professional thesis/project/dissertation formatters. The University offers free and substantial resources to students who need formatting assistance.