The Institutional Repository at UF (IR@UF) enables students to post a copy of their final honors project online, with a permanent link (or links) that they can include in online applications or résumés, social media, or emails to friend, colleagues, and family.
Honors degree requirements vary by department, so be sure to check with your advisor and/or undergraduate coordinator to see whether your department requires you to submit your thesis or other project to the IR@UF.
Be sure to talk to your advisor and/or undergrad coordinator about department specific guidelines.
Department: Deadlines to submit your honors thesis/project to your department may affect your graduation.
Libraries: Deadlines to submit to the Libraries will not affect your graduation.
For research help, check in with your Subject Specialist Librarian.
Department: Contact your advisor and/or your department's undergrad coordinator.
Libraries: Contact the IR Team at IRManager@uflib.ufl.edu or 352-294-3785.
Thesis or project file(s):
If necessary, a signed letter (or letters) of permission to quote or reproduce copyrighted material for all copyrighted material included beyond fair use (e.g. large portions of information or data where someone else holds the copyright).
Please do not submit your Honors thesis or project until you have final approval of your work from your department.
Write to us at IRManager@uflib.ufl.edu if you have any questions while you are preparing your Honors submission to the Libraries.
Note: If you see an Honors level that seems wrong to you, or no Honors level at all, please do not be concerned. The form uses the Honors pre-certification data. Not all colleges/schools enter that data and the final Honors level is occasionally different from what colleges enter for pre-certification.
Departments have their own deadlines that can affect honors status for graduation! Be sure that you stay well-informed about when you must submit your work (possibly including early drafts) to your department.
You also need to submit the final version of your thesis to the UF Libraries by December 15.
Missing the deadline for your Libraries submission will not affect your graduation status. However, late submissions will not run through the routine upload/archive process. If you want to take advantage of the permanent link to your work as soon as possible, do not miss the Libraries' deadline.