Dissertation on financial inclusion

This award recognizes distinguished scholarly achievement at the master’s level in any of the above-listed disciplines in which a master’s degree is offered. The scholarly “product” eligible for this competition is a formal written thesis. If the nominee’s department offers both a thesis option and a project option, only the thesis is acceptable for consideration for this award. A nominee must have earned the master’s degree within the period of July 1, 2014, through June 30, 2015. The 2015-2016 award consists of a certificate of award, $1000 to the recipient, and travel expenses for the student and the student’s adviser to receive the award at the annual meeting of the Association. One nomination will be submitted in this category to WAGS.  Interested students must submit the following materials:

The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation recently engaged in a strategic planning process, out of which the Board of Directors determined that the Foundation’s primary objective shall be focused on college access and success for exceptional students with financial need. Concurrently, it determined that greater progress could be made toward this objective with more concentrated focus of resources. As a result, the Board of Directors decided to reduce the number of scholarships the Foundation offers by ending two graduate scholarship programs – the Graduate Arts Award and the Dissertation Fellowship. The last cohort for each program was selected in the spring 2014.

The recent proliferation of online Universities offering PhD degrees (such as NCU, Capella, UoP, etc) has led to the situation of students often being ill-prepared to complete the dissertation process without seeking outside assistance from a dissertation consultant who is familiar with the specific processes followed at these schools. Since expanding our client base to include PhD candidates, we have helped these students save tens of thousands of dollars in tuition, while graduating months earlier than their peers. Offering dissertation help to PhD candidates is now one of the top priorities of our firm.

Still have formatting questions?  – contact the Graduate School at grad_etd_inquiries@  or 970-491-6817.

  • Attend an open lab
    • Do you need help with final formatting and/or have questions regarding your document? Bring your electronic file to the open lab and representatives from the Graduate School and Library will be available to review your document and help with formatting issues. We can review your document and help you better understand the requirements. LaTEX users: Although we are unable to offer support for LaTEX, your formatting can be checked as a pdf file.
    • The Fall 2017 Open Labs  are in   Room 174 of the Morgan Library.
      • October 9 at 10:00 – 11:00 .
      • October 16 at 9:00 – 10:00 .
      • October 23 at 10:30 – 11:30 .
      • October 30 at 10:00 – 11:00 .
      • October 31 at 11:00 – 12:00 .
    1. Can’t make it to the open lab and have formatting questions? Online formatting resources are available through the Library’s ETD website . Please see links to the right for additional formatting resources.
    2. Fill out and submit the GS30 Thesis & Dissertation Submission Form to the Graduate School:
      • GS30 Thesis and Dissertation Submission Form
      • PhD students must submit the Certificate of Completion from your Survey of Earned Doctorates .
      • If an embargo is required, fill out and submit the GS31 Embargo Request Form to the Graduate School.
    3. Submit your thesis or dissertation electronically to ProQuest/UMI through the Colorado State University Libraries ETD Submission Website .
    Publishing Information and Resources Thesis and Dissertation Publishing Plan, Embargo Information, and Intellectual Property Guidelines

    Dissertation on financial inclusion

    dissertation on financial inclusion

    Still have formatting questions?  – contact the Graduate School at grad_etd_inquiries@  or 970-491-6817.

  • Attend an open lab
    • Do you need help with final formatting and/or have questions regarding your document? Bring your electronic file to the open lab and representatives from the Graduate School and Library will be available to review your document and help with formatting issues. We can review your document and help you better understand the requirements. LaTEX users: Although we are unable to offer support for LaTEX, your formatting can be checked as a pdf file.
    • The Fall 2017 Open Labs  are in   Room 174 of the Morgan Library.
      • October 9 at 10:00 – 11:00 .
      • October 16 at 9:00 – 10:00 .
      • October 23 at 10:30 – 11:30 .
      • October 30 at 10:00 – 11:00 .
      • October 31 at 11:00 – 12:00 .
    1. Can’t make it to the open lab and have formatting questions? Online formatting resources are available through the Library’s ETD website . Please see links to the right for additional formatting resources.
    2. Fill out and submit the GS30 Thesis & Dissertation Submission Form to the Graduate School:
      • GS30 Thesis and Dissertation Submission Form
      • PhD students must submit the Certificate of Completion from your Survey of Earned Doctorates .
      • If an embargo is required, fill out and submit the GS31 Embargo Request Form to the Graduate School.
    3. Submit your thesis or dissertation electronically to ProQuest/UMI through the Colorado State University Libraries ETD Submission Website .
    Publishing Information and Resources Thesis and Dissertation Publishing Plan, Embargo Information, and Intellectual Property Guidelines

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