Frequently Asked Questions

Who reviews submissions to Omnino?

Each submission is reviewed through a double-blind review process (in which both the student's and the reviewers' names are removed) by two professors at VSU. Omnino editors find professors whose expertise relates to paper's topic.

Can students submit more than one paper to Omnino?

Students may submit up to two papers to Omnino. If both papers are accepted, they will be published in consecutive volumes (one this year, one next year).

Can students who recently graduated from VSU submit to Omnino?

Yes, as long as the author graduated within one year of submitting the paper, and as long as the submittor conducted the research and wrote the paper while a student at VSU.

Who should I list as my "Faculty Mentor" when I submit my Faculty Checklist form? 

The Faculty Mentor is the principal VSU faculty member who oversaw saw the writing of the paper.

Can students submit papers that include research involving human subjects?

Omnino adheres to the standards dicated by VSU's Institutional Review Board (IRB). All research papers involving human subjects must be accompanied by documented approval from the IRB.

Can students submit papers with images in them?

Yes, but it is the student and Faculty Mentor's responsibility to obtain permission for Omnino to print any copyrighted images.

How can I become an Omnino Student Editor?

Contact Dr. Anne Greenfield (, Faculty Advisor to Omnino, to find out about Student Editing. All Student Editors must enroll in Dr. Greenfield's English 4700 course, "Publishing Academic Journals," offered every spring for 3 credits.