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Archives: Dissertations, Capstones and Theses

Theses and Dissertations

A print copy of every Master's thesis submitted to the library prior to spring 2019 is held in the Library's Archives collection. As of spring 2019, Nursing theses were moved to electronic copies only.

Dissertations for the University's Counseling Psychology and Organizational Leadership (prior to spring 2020) programs are retained in both print and electronic format. All dissertations, without an author embargo, can be accessed on-campus using the library catalog, the library's dissertation repository or ProQuest Dissertation search. 

Doctoral Capstone projects for the DNP, PP-OTD, and CRNA programs are retained in electronic form with our dissertations in the library's online repository.


For more information on how to get your Theses or Dissertation featured in the digital repository, contact our Digital Collections Librarian at

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Use the Library Catalog to find books and select eBooks available at the Nash Library & Student Learning Commons

Dissertation Submission Process

Library's Online Repository

ProQuest Dissertation Search


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Digital Collections Librarian

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