CS 702 - Final Polished Thesis
Information on how to print out your final thesis:
- Make a final pass to ensure that everything is correct and complete:
- Spell-check, grammar check everything
- Title page with
- Title (<= 60 characters, see below)
- your name
- adviser name
- The following text:
Senior Thesis in Computer Science
- Table of contents with accurate page numbers
- Table of figures (optional) with accurate figure numbers
- All citation numbers in the text are accurate
- All figure numbers in the text are accurate
- Appendix (optional) with code, results, etc.
from previous years and try to emulate their look.
- Get archival quality paper from Amy Rose in MBH 638.
- Print TWO copies on archival paper. It's your choice whether
you want to print single or double-sided. The latter saves trees, the
former makes your thesis look fatter. (Most people choose to print
single-sided.) Find a good printer with plenty of toner. If you
want, print any pages with color figures on a (good) color printer
(also on the archival paper). Make sure all the pages are in the
correct order. These two copies will be bound; one stays in the
department, the other will be shipped to you later this summer.
- Submit both copies to Amy Rose by noon on Monday 5/20. This
is a HARD deadline - the department will meet to determine your thesis
grade and we want to see your final work of art at that time.
- Please provide your mailing address using the form
below to Amy Rose when you drop off your thesis copies. She will
need this address to mail you final, bound copy to you. This will
happen around August.
- In case your title (including spaces) is more than 60
characters, then also provide an abbreviated title with no more than
60 characters to Amy Rose (this is the character limit for the text on
the spine of the bound copy). Please provide both titles using the
- If you want, you can hand in a third copy of your thesis,
which we will put in a black binder and put on the bookshelf in the
MBH 632 lab. The idea is that the theses in the lab are easier to
access than the fancy red ones in the glass cabinet. This may prove
useful for future thesis students.
If you do (totally optional), simply print out an additional copy
(single or double-sided - your choice) and give it to Amy.
- We invite you to submit your thesis to Middlebury's digital archive at
To do so, complete the online form at go/submit.
Form to provide title and mailing address