Submission Guidelines

We welcome submissions from any accredited institutions of higher learning: community colleges, state and private institutions, early start college programs, etc.

We accept two general types of submissions: critical essays and non-traditional (or multimodal) compositions, such as poems, short stories, or digital artifacts. All traditional essay submissions should be 2500-5000 words and follow the appropriate disciplinary guidelines with respect to style and citations. Please include a 250-word abstract outlining project goals and how the contribution meaningfully engages ongoing scholarly conversations.

For non-traditional submissions, please expand the abstract to 500 words that details the project goals and articulates how the work would meaningfully add to ongoing critical conversations in the special issue. This extended abstract will serve as a framing statement in the published journal form and should expand on the author’s design choices with particular regard for how working in an alternate genre helps engage the issue’s theme.

After submitting contact information and framing materials below, you will be taken to the Process: Journal of Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Scholarship dropbox to upload your files. The website will prompt you to upload your submission and any other relevant materials to our secure dropbox. Please include the author's full name, academic affiliation and email address on the submitted document. Please upload all submissions as .doc or .docx files. 

One of our editors will reach out to discuss your submission. Questions may be directed to the editorial board at


Please complete the form And Follow Instructions to Submit your PROJECT to the process dropbox 

**Do not forget to include your full name and e-mail address in your submission document.

Name *
Tell us where you're enrolled and what year (freshman, senior, etc.)
Please submit a 250-500 word abstract outlining project goals and how the contribution meaningfully engages the issue theme.