Publishing Your Thesis or Dissertation
The St. Thomas University Library is here to support you throughout the entire process of earning your Ph.D., Ed.D., or master’s degree.
- Dissertation Publication Manual
- Thesis Publication Manual
- STU Dissertations & Theses Collection
- The Dissertation Checklist
Institutional Review Board (IRB)
Any member of the faculty, staff, or student body at St. Thomas University who is involved in research with human participants has the responsibility to become familiar with and follow the University policy regarding the use of human participants in research. Please view the documents linked below to learn more about the IRB policy and to download the Research Proposal Submission Form.
For more information, please contact Dr. Gary Feinberg, Chair of the IRB.
Dissertation and Thesis Publication
The University Library plays a special role in the publication of your dissertation or thesis, after your committee has approved it.
Please, review all of the requirements in the Dissertation Publication Manual or the Thesis Publication Manual when preparing your manuscript. When your document is approved, begin the Dissertation Submission process by clicking on this link and uploading your document to the UMI / St. Thomas University Submission site.
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