Welcome to Vireo Thesis
& Dissertation Submission System


IMPORTANT: ALL VIREO COMMUNICATIONS ARE SENT TO UNT CAMPUS EMAIL ADDRESSES.  CHECK YOUR "my.unt.edu" MAILBOX, INCLUDING SPAM FOLDER, REGULARLY.


The thesis or dissertation you upload here must be a single PDF file, and must include all committee-, department- and/or college-level edits.  It must be the absolute final version.  FINAL MEANS FINAL. ONLY READER-REQUESTED EDITS PERMITTED AFTER SUBMISSION.

If you are unable to complete the submission process during this session, you can return later to complete the process.  However, in order to graduate May 2017, you MUST complete the submission process by March 31, 2017.  Students who do not complete and confirm the submission process by this date will graduate in August 2017.  There are no exceptions.

Please review the following checklist prior to beginning the submission process:

1. Confirm your college, department, degree type, and major from your graduation application in UNT's student portal.  You will need this information in the submission process.

2.  If you have sought and obtained permission to reproduce copyrighted material, you will need to upload an electronic copy of all permissions. You will also need to specifically identify where the material can be found in the dissertation/thesis, e.g., page number.

3.  All theses and dissertations will be published by the UNT Libraries after degrees have been posted.  Availability options for the UNT Libraries copy are (i) open or (ii) restricted for 5 years.  The choice you make will need to be approved by your major professor so please discuss this with her/him prior to completing your submission.

4.  If you wish to make a copy of the thesis or dissertation available through ProQuest, you will need to opt in; it is no longer mandatory.  If you do not opt in to ProQuest, then "embargo" does not apply, i.e., they cannot embargo what they never receive.  However, if you do opt in to ProQuest, then any embargo option you select will need to be approved by your major professor.

5.  Students are specifically encouraged to submit their Word file as a "source" file type, in addition to the PDF.  In some (not all) cases, access to the Word file significantly shortens the review/approval time needed.

To get started with your submission, click the link below. You will be asked to authenticate using your EUID login.  If you experience any technical difficulties, please contact Texas Digital Library:  https://www.tdl.org/support/

Your help can make things better

You feedback is very important to us; it allows us to continue to improve the system. Please feel free to notify us directly at dev@tdl.org if you have any suggestions to increase the usability or effectiveness of this application.