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East Carolina University Submission Guide for the Graduate School Theses and Dissertations.

ECU's ETD System: Vireo

ECU's ETD Submission Service: Vireo

Graduate School Contacts

Dr. Thomas McConnell
Associate Dean
109 Ragsdale Building
Greenville, NC 27858
Phone: 252-328-2956
Fax: 252-328-6071
mcconnellt@ecu.edu

 

Ms. Marquerite Latham
Administrative Support Associate
105 Ragsdale Building
Greenville, NC 27858 
Phone: 252-328-5792 
Fax: 252-328-6071 
bassm@ecu.edu

Joyner Library Contact

Ms. Jeanne Hoover
Scholarly Communication Librarian
1107 Joyner Library
Greenville, NC 27858
Phone: 252-328-2261
hooverj@ecu.edu

 

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

All students submitting a Thesis or Dissertation must do so through the Vireo Submission Process. No paper copies of theses or dissertations will be accepted. No electronic theses or dissertations (ETD) submitted through any other service, including ProQuest, will be accepted either.

The last day to submit a thesis or dissertation should be 10 business days prior to the last day of final exams.  The table below lists the upcoming deadlines:

 

        Term        

        Deadline        

Fall 2017

November 29, 2017

Spring 2018

April 19, 2018

Summer 2018

July 13, 2018

Fall 2018

November 28, 2018

Spring 2019

April 18, 2019

 


The navigation at the top of this libguide is in the order of the submission process starting with the homepage and proceeding right. Additionally, links for workshops, FAQs, and documents and links can be found here. Each page is specially designed and goes into great depth explaining the requirements of the student.

Some other helpful guides are linked here:

It is strongly encouraged that the student read through these webpages and/or the LibGuide before submitting a thesis/dissertation.  However, for those who are currently ready to submit a thesis or dissertation, a link for the ETD Vireo submission system is below.

 

 

Many masters degrees (but not all) require a thesis for completion of the degree; similarly, many doctoral degrees require a dissertation. Students who are unsure of the requirements for their program should consult with their graduate program director/department chair, their department's website, or the graduate catalog.

 

At all stages of research, the student should be working closely with their research advisor, consulting with them for all types of questions. Should more questions arise, contact the Graduate School staff listed to the left.