3 Easy Steps to Finish Your Doctoral Dissertation on Schedule!


Free Dissertation Consultation

Request a Free Dissertation Writing Consultation: ask us your dissertation questions, confirm your dissertation writing “needs” and decide on the next appropriate STEP TWO or STEP THREE.


Contact Your Dissertation Chair

In STEP TWO you will CONTACT YOUR DISSERTATION CHAIR and Committee Members to inform them of those Seminars and seek their participation.


Contact the Program Administrator

If Step Three is selected, you will CONTACT YOUR DISSERTATION PROGRAM LEADERS OR ADMINISTRATORS to inform them and seek their participation.

Students Use Seminars to Graduate!

The goal is to simplify the process and present information in a manner that doctoral candidates can use to write their doctoral dissertation (or thesis). 

Although the information is comprehensive and powerful, Seminars are presented in a simple, easy to understand format, and respond to the needs of doctoral students who prefer animated video over static content like slide decks and PDFs, because they are simply more interesting and effective.

Universities Use Them to Graduate Students!

Animated videos present huge benefits for doctoral candidates and their universities.  When combined with our comprehensive 61 STEPS curriculum, they also allow candidates to better benefit from the information presented, while motivating them to completing their doctoral dissertations within deadlines.

Anti-Plagiarism: It is the responsibility of the Dissertation Author to avoid engaging in practices that violate the plagiarism policy of colleges and universities. If there are content issues related to plagiarism, the Author should seek assistance from his or her Dissertation Chair (or other persons or sources so authorized) to address such issues. This notwithstanding, the Dissertation Student is strongly advised to follow the anti-plagiarism policy of the university. 

Our Network

The WriteDis Info-G Steps to a Successful Doctoral Dissertation with its unique curriculum was designed by the Dissertation Writing Network.  

Collectively, our Network comprises of university program leaders, managers, directors, professors, Seminar Leaders, editors, statistical analysts and consultants. 

Every member of our Network holds a doctorate or advanced degree from a regionally accredited institution.  We present a rich academic and culturally diverse team of educators from a variety of disciplines and specializations, with many years of academic and professional experience.  

We have guided hundreds of candidates through each and every step of the dissertation writing process. We have a thorough understanding of the dissertation writing process and have helped many students to successfully write their dissertations.  

Founder and Creative Strategist

I have recruited, taught and advised doctoral students for many years.  Although they were all intelligent and motivated, it did not take me long to realize that while intelligence and motivation are essential traits, those alone won’t get them the Doctorate.  I have seen them succeed and fail…and when they fail, it is always related to writing the doctoral dissertation”.  Dr. Hilroy Thomas, Founder and Creative Strategist of WriteDis and the Dissertation Writing Network.

Currently Professor Emeritus, Dr. Thomas designed and led many online (including doctoral) programs for many years at St. Thomas University in Miami, Florida. However, his work in the use of digital technology preceded St. Thomas.  As an early adopter, he developed unique digital learning programs (including one in law, several “Degree Completions” and Masters, and a doctoral program in Leadership and Management, online). Throughout he engaged in research on the completion behavior of doctoral students. This led him to the stack realization that attrition rates among doctoral students were astronomically high.

Hence, to the original story that connects Dr. Thomas to Dissertation Writing. He started coaching graduate students on how to write their doctoral dissertations while completing his own doctorate in the School of Education at Harvard University.  During that period, he worked with students from many disciplines, focusing primarily on data collection, analysis and the reporting sections of their doctoral dissertations.  Later, as he worked with international organizations worldwide, he continued to meet and help doctoral students working on their dissertations.

While researching graduation patterns of his doctoral students, Dr. Thomas discovered that creating a type of learning environment that pro-actively supports the dissertation writing process could significantly increase their time to completion.  Hence, the Dissertation Writing Network and WrteDis are the result of his creative vision which started years ago at Harvard!

His research on time to completion led to a sustainable understanding of “what to get right” — the elements of writing a successful doctoral dissertation.

Today, WriteDis and the Dissertation Writing Network are focused on the explicit needs of doctoral students — enhanced and value-added dissertation writing experiences, higher completion rates, and efficiencies that reduce their time to completion and associated costs.  Dr. Thomas continues to champion the “how to get it right”—and is at the forefront of getting doctoral students across the finish line with their doctorates in hand.