LaTeX Template
for FSU Theses and Dissertations

News


Fix to Previous Zip Package
March 24, 2016

The version of the ZIP file dated 2016-02-12 had been packaged with extra linefeed characters. I have replaced the previous ZIP file with a new package without the extra linefeeds. If you had problems with the previous download, try the new one. This only fixes packaging: there are no other changes to documentation or functionality.


Version 3.8.0 Released
February 12, 2016

This version makes a small change in the class file to avoid reporting a non-fatal "color stack 0" warning when running pdftex and including the graphicx package. Otherwise, this version is functionally identical to v3.7.0, and upgrading from that version is optional.

The latest version of the template can be obtained from the Download section of the website.


New Website
January 12, 2016

The FSU Thesis LaTeX Template package has moved to its new home. The template and this website were developed for the FSU community and are maintained by Bret Whissel, ITS Unix System Administrator.


Version 3.7.0 Released
January 12, 2016

The template has been updated to version 3.7.0, making some minor operational updates to the template and documentation. The template was reviewed for compliance with the FSU Guidelines & Requirements for Electronic Theses, Treatises and Dissertations, 2015-2016 edition.

The latest version of the template can be obtained from the Download section of the website.


Version 3.6.0 Released
May 6, 2015

The template has been updated to version 3.6.0, updating some formatting to comply with changes in the FSU Guidelines & Requirements for Electronic Theses, Treatises and Dissertations. The principal change is removing the semester from the title page.

The latest version of the template can be obtained from the Download section of the website.


Version 3.5.0 Released
May 8, 2014

The template has been updated to version 3.5.0. This corrects a problem on the lists of tables, figures, and musical examples when there are many long captions. LaTeX's default behavior was to prevent page breaks mid-caption; with several long captions, this could cause bad vertical spacing on the page. This version adjusts LaTeX's behavior to allow breaking the lists of captions across a page boundary.

The latest version of the template can be obtained from the Download section of the website.