UC Berkeley faculty, staff, and students may request interlibrary loan for dissertations found in World Cat Dissertations through the Request option in UC-e Links.
Since the inception of Scholarly Commons, requests by researchers from other institutions (academic, commercial, military, and government) to read our graduate research theses have grown tremendously, and continue to increase every semester.
Your thesis will be restricted to ERAU students, faculty, and staff within three business days.
This guide provides information about locating dissertations and theses, both those completed at Stanford University and those from other universities.
If you need help, please contact our reference services staff or your subject librarian.
All Stanford dissertations and theses are listed in Search Works.To meet this demand, ERAU began offering our entire Master’s Theses collection as open access in December 2016.If you do not wish your thesis to be open access, please email your name and title of your thesis to [email protected] your defense at least five (5) business days prior to depositing to allow time for corrections and revisions.A dissertation or thesis may be deposited anytime; deadlines appear in the academic calendar and are reproduced below: Doctoral and Master's graduates are generally required to produce a dissertation, thesis, or capstone project to be preserved and shared publicly by the Graduate Center Library.Under Academics, click on My Academics and select "Apply for Graduation.” Click on the “Apply for Graduation” link located next to your current Graduate Center degree program.You may be prompted to select a graduation term if more than one is available.All surveys are voluntary and information is kept confidential. When you are satisfied that your document complies with the library's format guidelines, proceed with uploading your PDF file.View the step-by-step instructions for uploading to CUNY Academic Works (required for all graduates) and Pro Quest (required for doctoral dissertations only) and submit the final approved version of the dissertation, thesis, or capstone project.A preliminary review meeting prior to deposit is optional.See Format for Deposit guidelines for specifications about layout, file formats, adding supplementary files, pagination, and approval pages. This should be done at least 2 weeks prior to depositing with the library.