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As graduate students, you will upload copies of your completed thesis or dissertation. You can choose to immediately make your work open access or withhold your document from public circulation for a specified amount of time.
Before proceeding, please review the Steps to Graduationas the graduation process generally begins the semester before you intend to graduate.
You must have successfully completed your final examination and any required revisions before you can submit your thesis or dissertation to the Graduate School.
We suggest that you schedule and hold your defense as early as possible in the semester of graduation. You will need to prepare your document according to these instructions.
Instructions are also available on our website on how to convert your thesis or dissertation into. When you are ready to prepare your manuscript for submission, complete the following steps in order. Make any revisions that are required by your committee and secure final approval of your document from your committee and major professor.
You will need to decide whether you would like to release your document to the public upon final approval or restrict access to your document. Theses and dissertations can initially be restricted for one year, three years, or seven years with no approval required.
Upon your document restriction's expiration, your document will automatically become publicly available for download in Digital Commons. Please be aware that extensions are awarded in seven-year increments, and that documents cannot remain restricted for longer than 21 years from the time of their submission.
The Digital Commons Process In order to submit your document for review, you will first need to create a Digital Commons account and heed the following instructions: If you have forgotten your password, reset it. Please use a long-term email address such as gmail.
Use your full name as shown in your university records. The name you use must match the one that is on your approval sheets and on the LSU database. Fill out the Digital Commons submission form, attach your document, and click submit at the bottom of the page.
Upon successful submission, you will be brought to a confirmation page and will receive a confirmation email shortly thereafter. Only your first submission on Digital Commons will be reviewed by the Graduate School, so if you make an error, please edit your existing submission.
Do not upload multiple revisions of your document. Instructions are available for editing your prior submission. If substantial formatting corrections are needed at this point, you may not be able to meet the submission deadline for the current semester and may have to graduate in the following semester.
For doctoral students, it is complete after receiving the approval notice and completing the Survey of Earned Doctorates. For students registering for Degree Only for the upcoming semester, further steps are necessary to complete Degree Only registration.
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LSU Health New Orleans Health Sciences Center. Dissertation/Thesis Committees. PhD candidates: The examining committee is made up of no less than five graduate faculty members, one of whom must be from a Department other than the student's Department, nominated by the major professor, Head of the Department and appointed by the .