In order for your thesis to be accepted for submission by Reeves Memorial Library, it must include the following elements at the start of the document, in this order:
All theses must be submitted to Reeves Memorial Library in PDF format, using the online form available here. Once the library staff has received and reviewed your completed form and thesis file, you will receive an acknowledgement via email.
Registering copyrights of material is the responsibility of the student. We suggest that those interested in registering the copyright of their work visit the Electronic Copyright Office at https://copyright.gov/registration/.
If you have any questions, please contact Adam Pellman (724-838-2438 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
To search for theses/culminating projects done by previous graduate students, search the HillCat catalog for your topic and add the word "thesis"-- for example, art therapy thesis.
Electronic theses are available online in PDF format via web links in HillCat. Older electronic theses are also stored on CDs that are kept in the library office on reserve. Ask at the desk and the library worker will bring the CD out to you. Print theses are shelved in the Reading Room on the ground floor of Reeves Learning Commons.
All print theses and electronic theses on CD must be used in the library building.