Steps for submission of theses to the Library
- Student must successfully complete the degree requirements as defined by their respective department.
- Student must present one electronic copy in .pdf format to the Technical Services Librarian, Suzanne Gleason at SGleason@lindenwood.edu, in order that the University retains an archived copy. If the electronic copy contains the signature pages, this is all the student must submit. If the electronic copy does not contain the signature pages, then the student must submit 2 hard copies of his or her thesis according to departmental specifications to Suzanne and these copies must include signature pages.
- One bound hard copy will be returned to the student and one bound hard copy will be cataloged and placed on the shelf at the Library.**
**Please Note: Beginning Summer 2021 theses will be published electronically and freely available via the University's Institutional Repository. Print copies will no longer be supplied or retained after this date.
Steps for submission of dissertations to the Library
Dissertation Manuscripts must be submitted to the library through The Director of the College of Education and Human Services Office of Graduate Studies. Once the library receives the dissertation, it will begin the process for copyright and electronic publication. Bound dissertations may be ordered directly from our publisher, Proquest Dissertations and Theses. Orders may be placed online. Your publication number will be provided to you within two weeks of submission of your manuscript to the Lindenwood Library. Please note that online ordering can only be completed once your dissertation has been published online through PQDT Open. This occurs approximately 2 to 3 months after submission. If you would like to place your order immediately, please use this form and submit via mail. It is vital that authors notify the publisher of address changes immediately so that orders are received.