Templates

The following page contains links to sample templates of pages for graduate theses, projects, and dissertations. It is intended to illustrate the font, margin, justification, pagination, and other requirements outlined in 

A Guide to Thesis, Project, and Dissertation Formatting 

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Templates for Mathematics and Computer Science are available through their departments.

Note: You must have Microsoft Word installed to use these templates.

Universal Format Pages

This format should be used by all disciplines. The title page and committee page may vary slightly by program. Please see examples below.

Manuscript Template

The manuscript template is a template of the entire document: it can be used to format most theses, projects and dissertations. Most of the required formatting (headings, body text, title page, etc.) is built into the template. However, the template is not foolproof. You should be familiar with the university’s format, available in chapter four of A Guide to Graduate Studies; keep in mind that you will need to format some aspects of your paper yourself.

Before you begin, please read the template instructions carefully. If you need assistance, please call our office at (909) 537-5058 to schedule a hands-on training.

 

College of Education

 

Interdisciplinary Studies

 

Social Work

 

Please Note: The Office of Graduate Studies does not endorse or promote the use of professional thesis/project/dissertation formatters. The University offers free and substantial resources to students who need formatting assistance.