Master's Students

3MT is a competition celebrating the research of graduate students while promoting and improving presentation, academic, and research communication skills. For more information on deadlines and how to register, click here http://grow.tamucc.edu/3mt.html.

Graduate students must submit their thesis electronically through ProQuest for graduation within a specific term by posted deadline.

    1. Log on and create an account.
    2. Click 'Submit my dissertation/thesis' in the 'Ready to begin?' box located on the right.
    3. Click 'Create an Account' in the 'New user?' box.
    4. Create your account
    5. Once it is created you will receive a confirmation email.
    6. Open this email and it will give you a link to proceed.
    7. Once you are able to log into your account, you will see a list of 'submission steps' on the left hand side of your screen. These steps will guide you through process. Each box will be check off as it is completed. 
      *Note: When attaching your dissertation, it must be in a PDF format.How to get Started:

 

Thesis review turnaround times are:

  • If submitted the week before thesis submission deadline: 2-3 business days
  • If submitted the week of or on the thesis submission deadline: 5-7 business days

 

Please note that a signed Form C- Thesis Defense & Written Thesis Report must be received by CGS before the thesis can be accepted and sent for printing.

 

 

For specific questions regarding Copyright options, ProQuest Open Access Publishing Plus or Creative Commons licensing, contact edward.warga@tamucc.edu or (361) 825-5961.

Thesis Submission Deadlines (by semester)

To be considered for graduation within a specific term, the Thesis must be submitted to CGS through ProQuest by the deadlines posted below (normally 2 weeks prior to graduation). Please note that specific programs may have additional or earlier deadlines.

        Summer 2018         Fall 2018         Spring 2019
         July 20, 2018   December 1,2018        April 27, 2019

The College of Graduate offers two workshops each semester. Graduate students are strongly encouraged to attend a formatting workshop the semester of graduation. Dates for upcoming sessions can be found online.

All sessions are identical and cover the following information:

  • The College of Graduate Studies required formatting
  • The available formatting templates
  • Deadlines
  • ProQuest

Upcoming formatting workshop dates:

23 Oct 2018 Dissertation/Thesis Formatting Workshop, 12:00 pm, LIB 220
06 Nov 2018 Dissertation/Thesis Formatting Workshop,  4:00 pm, LIB 220