So you've finished writing your thesis. Well done! Here's what to do next:
Individual departments may require students to submit their thesis before the Registrar's Deadlines. You should check with your thesis advisor regarding your department's specific submission date.
You're done! Now you can relax and wait to hear from the Library as to when your thesis has been bound and entered in Pratt's Catalog. If you ordered a personal copy, you will be told when it is available for pickup.
The Libraries accepts completed theses submitted after the Registrar's deadline. However, submitting a thesis late may delay graduation. Consult your Academic Department and the Registrar’s Office to addresses issues of lateness.
The primary source of guidance in terms of content, organization, documentation and format is your thesis advisor.
Librarians are also here to help you. We can advise you on research strategies, techniques and sources. We will help you locate materials and arrange access to them. For assistance please contact or visit the Reference Desk (firstname.lastname@example.org, (718) 636-3704).
Pratt's Writing and Tutorial Center, located on the 1st floor of North Hall, offers one-on-one editorial help. Call (718) 636-3459 for an appointment, or just stop by during scheduled hours. The WTC also offers comprehensive Thesis Assistance.