Commencing in 2010, electronic copies only are available.
If you are working on a theses or dissertation, the Graduate School has information on submission and policies.
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Indexes two-million dissertations from over one-thousand institutions, with citations from 1861-1980 and abstracts from 1980 to present.A growing number of Master theses can also be read and downloaded from the Repository.More information on locating ISU dissertations/theses can be found below: The ISU Library maintains printed versions of all doctoral dissertations and masters theses completed by ISU students through Fall 2009.CRL resources include: Use these to supplement searches in online databases.Historical information in print indexes is sometimes more complete (i.e.Includes the full text of most post-1996 CUNY dissertations and many post-1996 dissertations from other institutions, as well as thousands of earlier ones.To limit your search to CUNY dissertations, include 0046 in your search statement, selecting the school name/code search field. S.dissertations can be searched in the Center for Research Libraries' catalog.abstracts appear in print before 1980 in Dissertation Abstracts International, but are not currently online).Print indexes may contain earlier works not included in online databases.Access to citations and abstracts for every title in the Dissertation Abstracts database.Dissertations written from 1997 forward are available full text.