Instructions for Formatting and Filing Your Dissertation

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Filing your doctoral dissertation at the Graduate Division is one of the final steps leading to the award of your graduate degree. Your manuscript is a scholarly presentation of the results of the research you conducted. UC Berkeley upholds the tradition that you have an obligation to make your research available to other scholars. This is done when the Graduate Division submits your manuscript to the University Library and ProQuest’s UMI Dissertation Publishing Service. Dissertations are withheld from the UC Berkeley Library and ProQuest/UMI by default for 2 years. However, you may request that your dissertation be forwarded as soon as the degrees have been awarded.

Your faculty committee supervises the intellectual content of your manuscript and your committee chair will guide you on the arrangement within the text and reference sections of your manuscript. Consult with your committee chair early in the preparation of your manuscript. The specifications in the following pages were developed in consultation with University Library and based on the publication standards of ProQuest. These standards assure uniformity in the degree candidates' manuscripts to be archived in the University Library, and ensure as well the widest possible dissemination of student-authored knowledge. Download free Instructions for Formatting and Filing Your Dissertation.pdf here

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