Tutt Library Research Guides
1. Make sure you have the FINAL version of your thesis. Your final copy needs to have been approved by your advisor, and all final corrections made.
2. Save your thesis as a PDF/A. (Follow the instructions here).
3. Have your abstract ready to copy and paste into the form.
4. You will be asked to supply keywords that describe the subject of your thesis.
5. If you are submitting a dataset, have your dataset abstract ready to paste into the form, and know the name of the software program you used to create your dataset, such as SPSS 4.7, Excel 2010, etc.
Tutt Library no longer wants a print copy of your thesis. (Your department might - be sure to check with Linda Inzer or your advisor about whether they require a print copy).
Tutt Library asks that you submit your final thesis electronically to Digital CC (the College's institutional repository). All the details you need to know, including the self-submission link, are found in the Thesis Submission Guidelines and Policies.
When you submit your thesis Digital CC, it will be stored in perpetuity, and available for linking on your resumes and job applications. Here is a sample thesis from 2011-2012:
The Art of Subversion and Theatricality in Kitagawa Utamaro's Kansei-era (1789-1801) Ukiyo-e by Jennifer Myers