Answered By: Alan Zuckerman
Last Updated: Jul 06, 2018     Views: 408

All doctoral dissertations and most masters theses must now be submitted electronically as a PDF/A document. 

The library offers this submission tool and requires two working days to review each submission. Most of the physical format guidelines (margins, pagination, title page, etc.) are the same as they were for paper.

These documents will be made available to the public in a library repository, although students may place an embargo of up to four years in order to delay publication.

Please note that since we no longer accept print theses for the library collection, thesis binding is now the responsibility of departments and/or students. Here is a service that can help you.

More details about submitting dissertations may be found at Questions may be directed to David Reynolds at 410-516-7220 or

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