Instructions for Preparing and Filing Your Thesis or Dissertation

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Filing your master’s thesis or 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 to be bound and shelved for public use and, if a dissertation, published by ProQuest’s UMI Dissertation Publishing Service.

To be eligible to file for your degree, you must be registered or on approved Filing Fee status for the semester in which you file and have paid the appropriate fees through the Campus Accounts Receivable System (CARS). We encourage you to file in person and to file as early in the semester as you can. If you can’t be here to file, it is helpful if you have a friend bring in the manuscript and required forms. If we identify some problem that prevents us from being able to accept your manuscript, your friend can contact you to determine how you want to proceed, or may be able to address the problem. The deadline to file your thesis or dissertation in its final form is the last day of the semester for your degree to be awarded as of that semester. If you file in the summer, you will have a December degree date. Download free Instructions for Preparing and Filing Your Thesis or Dissertation.pdf here

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