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Obtain Signatures

Committee members will sign off on the thesis/project when they have approved your paper. Have all committee members sign two copies of the Signature Page (on the cotton paper).

Please have the library format reviewer check your Signature Page for formatting prior to printing it and obtaining your committee members' signatures. 

All signature pages for each copy submitted must have signatures.  The two library copies must have the original signatures (on the cotton paper).  The others may use photocopies.

**For graduate students submitting projects and theses electronically (applies only to Economics, English, Food & Nutrition, Hospitality Mgmt., Landscape Architecture, and Mathematics & Statistics), one signed signature page is required, although we recommend you obtain an additional signed signature page for your records.