You may email a complete or in-progress manuscript and have a UCI Libraries staff member review it before you submit the final version. This is a service that is free of charge and available up to seven (7) days before the filing deadline. Allow two (2) business days for each review.
Request a pre-submission critique by emailing a PDF of your manuscript to firstname.lastname@example.org
The UCI Proquest URL: https://www.etdadmin.com/main/home?siteId=200
Take your time in entering the fields related to your thesis submission. There are many fields, but Proquest provides comprehensive documentation for all fields.
Once you upload and submit your manuscript, you will receive a verification email from ProQuest telling you that your submission went through. This is NOT your Acceptance Email.
Over the next two (2) business days (excluding weekends and holidays), a team from UCI Libraries will be reviewing your manuscript for basic formatting. We will be reviewing the manuscripts in the order that they are received. Within those two (2) business days, you will receive another email from ProQuest. This might be your Acceptance email. Or, it might be an email requesting revisions. If revisions are required, you must submit a revised document with corrections. Your updated resubmission is subject to the same two (2) business day wait time.
If your ProQuest account says that your manuscript has been accepted, but you did not receive an email, double-check that you are looking in the correct email account (many students check their UCI email, but forget that they set up their ProQuest account with their Gmail address). If you still cannot find an email, you can email email@example.com.
Save your Acceptance email as a PDF, and then include it with the final paperwork packet that you submit to Graduate Division before the filing deadline. Failure to meet this deadline may result in your degree being delayed one (or more) terms. All necessary paperwork and Docusign forms are available on the Graduate Division Thesis Submission page.
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