The Syracuse University Archives holds the record copy of these student works. It is by far the largest collection of these student works on campus. While the works are primarily in paper format, some recent dissertations are available only on microfilm, and new dissertations and masters theses are only available in electronic format.
As of March 2015 the Syracuse University Archives holds:
Please note that they do not circulate, nor may those written since 1923 be photocopied in full due to copyright restrictions.
Dissertations have been microfilmed by ProQuest [UMI] and are available in the Syracuse University Libraries. They are also available for a fee at ProQuest. They are also available in original paper format in the Archives through 2010.Masters Theses
Masters theses have not been microfilmed and are available only in original paper format in the Archives up through 2011 (duplicates of many are available in the Syracuse University Libraries). Beginning in June 2012 masters candidates had the option of submitting electronically. Some theses from 2012 and 2013 and all from 2014-on are available for a fee at ProQuest.Senior Theses
Senior theses have not been microfilmed and are available only in original paper format in the Archives.