For the text and appendices (if any), use Arabic numerals (1, 2, 3, ...).
You should consult the style's complete manual for a thorough understanding of its specifications.
Two hard copies of the approved thesis must be submitted in separate, appropriate sized boxes or sealable envelopes to the Graduation Coordinator Graduate Division of Arts and Sciences 3401 Walnut Street Suite 322A/6228 Engineering students must submit the approved thesis to the Office of Academic Programs School of Engineering 111 Towne Building The thesis must be printed single-sided on acid-free white paper, 20 lb. For footnotes, figures, citations, charts and graphs, a font of 8 point or larger should be used.
For the sake of readability, it is recommended that the text of the dissertation be double-spaced (except for footnotes, long quoted passages, and lists of tables and figures, which are single-spaced).
If desired, authors may chose to single-space the abstract and/or thesis manuscript.
Any non-italic font 10-12 points in size should be used. For enhanced screen readability, use Arial (10pt), Courier New (10pt), Georgia (11pt), Times New Roman (12 pt), or Verdana (10pt) font.
Italic type may be used for quotations, words in a foreign language, occasional emphasis, or book titles.Pages must appear in the following order: Title Page Dedication (optional) Acknowledgment (optional) Abstract (optional) Table of Contents (mandatory for theses 50 pages or longer) List of Tables (optional) List of Figures/Illustrations (optional) Main Text Appendices (optional) Bibliography/Works Cited The Title Page must follow the format of the sample below.The author's full legal name must appear on the Title Page, and each copy of the completed thesis must have two original signatures on the Title Page when presented to the Graduate Division Office.Page numbers should appear at the bottom centre of each page, at a minimum of 0.5” from the edge of the page.Preliminary pages of the thesis must be numbered with Roman numerals.All pages except the Title Page (page i) must have a page number.For the preliminary pages (dedication, acknowledgements, table of contents, lists of graphs, tables, and illustrations), use small Roman numerals (i, ii, iii, ...).Consult your supervisor or your department's graduate handbook for more information.If including published papers in a thesis, please consult the Copyright and your thesis FAQ.For citations, footnotes, references, and grammar, you may follow the guidelines in the , or the appropriate manual in your field of study.The Library's Theses Office assists with formatting theses, projects and extended essays for submission to the Library.