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As a student, toward the end of your tenure here at the University of Redlands, you will be completing work on a culminating project. You may have been informed by your department or faculty advisor that this project can, or is required, to be submitted to the Armacost Library for binding and preservation. The Library accepts all:
1. Undergradaute Honors Papers (e.g. Proudian)
2. Masters Theses (Business, ComDis, Education, GIS, Music)
3. Leadership for Educational Justice (Ed.D.) Doctoral Dissertations
Please read below for information on how to complete this simple process. Congratulations on your accomplishment!
The library requires one loose-leaf paper copy of your work, accompanied by the completed and signed form outlining its future use, available at the upper right.
For best results, please print your work on a good quality paper, with at least 1.5 inch margins. It may be printed double- or single-sided, and should be identical in all other respects to the copy approved by your faculty committee.
Please ensure that the copy provided to the library is free of staples, or any other binding materials; the library will bind your work for you. Please place it within a large envelope or folder for neatness.
If you have any questions about this process, please contact Trisha Aurelio by phone at (909)748-8079 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org at the library.
The form below, which allows you to define the use of your work, must be completed, printed, and signed by the author, in order to be placed within the document that the library binds. Please bring your entire printed document, along with this completed form, to Trisha Aurelio in the Library.
Ed.D dissertations in ProQuest
Doctoral candidates in the School of Education may elect to submit their dissertation to the online ProQuest database of dissertations and theses at the University of Redlands. This process is unique from that required of paper copies being submitted to the Library for binding and preservation. Please contact Ron Morgan, Associate Dean of the School of Education, for more information.
In order to view previously submitted dissertations electronically, please visit the ProQuest database.