We accept multiple formats and multiple files per paper, such as a main PDF file with supplementary data files and video clips.
Both are geared toward students who have questions or concerns after reviewing the web site or who are having technical issues while formatting documents. TAD Services recommends attending at least one of the Word workshops in the semester that you begin working on your document.
The Graduation Workshop is especially useful in the semester you plan to graduate. I cannot schedule my oral defense before the oral defense deadline.
Will I be prevented from graduating? Yes, beginning in Fall semesterall deadlines are firm.
Missing the oral defense deadline, but meeting other deadlines does not permit graduation. TAD Services sets all deadlines based on rules set out by Graduate Council and therefore has no authority to extend deadlines or grant exceptions.
A student who missed a deadline for the semester in which he or she intended to graduate, but can complete all paperwork before the first day of the next semester can meet the "Early" deadlines.
While the student will be a graduate in the following term, "early" status allows a student with no other obligations to the university to graduate in the next semester without having to enroll for the minimum one credit hour, allowing the student to avoid tuition and fees.
He or she must simply reapply for graduation. There are limitations on who qualifies for this option. The eligible student must: To clarify if you are eligible, contact the International Student Services Office at Meet all Early deadlines. If I submit my document electronically, will my department still need a printed hard copy?
Some departments still require a printed copy, while others do not. Please check with your adviser regarding departmental expectations of printed copies and where to deliver them if they are required. Transcripts are available approximately four weeks after the end of the semester and diplomas are available approximately eight weeks after the end of the semester.
What is a pre-oral defense review and why should I request one? The pre-oral defense review is a review conducted when the document is nearly complete, but has not yet been defended.
While the pre-oral defense review is not mandatory, it is highly recommended to catch errors and avoid major formatting changes at the end of the process.
Students who do not receive a pre-oral defense review may find themselves struggling to meet the deadlines as in-depth, hands-on formatting support during the busy deadline may not be available, delaying graduation.
Documents may be submitted for review at any time; however TAD Services will not review documents that do not include the following: When requesting a format review, please specify what stage your document is in: Pre-oral defense Final, post-oral defense Most documents only need a pre-oral defense review and a final review.
Do not re-send your document after a pre-oral defense review unless requested.
For questions, contact the office by email or phone, rather than re-sending the document unless requested. Can I send my document for review in several parts? If it is unavoidable, TAD Services will accept multiple files. Supplemental materials such as video, audio or slide presentations are acceptable.
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This document contains guidelines for formatting and submitting your thesis or dissertation to the OhioLINK Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETD) Center. As a participant in OhioLINK’s ETD program, Youngstown State University releases all master’s theses and doctoral dissertations to the ETD Center for online access.