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Library Circulation Policies: Thesis and Doctoral Dissertation Information

William C. Jason Library Circulation Policies and FAQs

Student Information

1.  Graduate Studies and Research oversees the thesis and dissertation process, providing guidance to students, faculty, and staff to ensure all master's theses and doctoral dissertations are ready for electronic submission into the ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Full Text Database.

 2.  For instructions, contact Mrs. Cheryl L. Still, Graduate Student Services @ 302-857-6800.

 3.  Students donate one copy to the library.  The copy will be cataloged and added to the library’s collection for scholarly research.  Older copies of master's theses and doctoral dissertations are in the process of being digitized. 

  • William C. Jason Library’s Technical Services Thesis/Dissertation POCs are:
    • Mrs. Ondrea M. Murphy @ 302.857.6192.