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You must submit the following to the honors office—in person at 20 Nicholson Hall or via e-mail to —by the last day of instruction of the semester in which you are graduating:
Please include the following information in your e-mail:
Submit your thesis to the Digital Conservancy for easy access and long-term preservation.
Your thesis should be submitted as one singular file. Multiple PDF documents can be combined using Adobe Acrobat (available in most campus computer labs). Please note: the thesis completion form should not be included in this file.
Non-electronic portions of your thesis should be scanned and included as part of your PDF. Scanners are available at the University computer labs in Coffman Memorial Union, Humphrey Center, McNeal Hall, and Walter Library.