Graduate School Editorial Office Has Moved to 128 Grinter!

While the Application Support Center (ASC) remains in the HUB to provide technical formatting assistance, the UF Graduate School Editorial Office has moved. Faculty and staff with curriculum issues and/or thesis and dissertation content questions should now go to 128 Grinter Hall.

For students, it oversees the thesis and dissertation process, offering guidance to ensure their theses and dissertations meet UF’s high standards and are ready for electronic submission and digital archiving. It answers questions about format and reference systems; tables, figures and equations; and copyright and documentation issues. It also provides referrals to editors and formatters for hire. It does not examine or critique content, scholarship, research methods or writing style, which is the responsibility of the student and his or her supervisory committee.

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Guide A comprehensive guide for the process of formatting and submitting your Thesis or Dissertation to the Graduate School Editorial Office.

For faculty and staff, it coordinates the UF Graduate Catalog and meetings of the UF Graduate Curriculum Committee, Maintaining a database of graduate course proposals and approvals.


Format Requirements and List of Editors


Editorial Document Management System (EDM)

Submit your thesis or dissertation and track the submission of data related to the ETD process through this convenient and easy-to-use online portal. The system provides a communication mechanism between the Graduate School Editorial staff, the graduating student, and the faculty advisor. The system is synchronous with GIMS (Graduate Information Management System) which records data about your graduate academic record. At the end of the ETD process, the system transfers all ETDs to library. Click on the link above to access the EDM system.