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A copy of each thesis will be made available electronically via Belmont’s digital repository (https://repository.belmont.edu). Students are responsible for submitting their thesis (and any related files) to the digital repository. Details about the submission process are available on the Belmont Digital Repository website.
All theses are to be submitted via the appropriate digital repository submission form. All theses require a signed copyright distribution agreement. If a student does not want their thesis to be publicly available in the digital repository, a note to that effect will be made in the repository and the full text of the thesis will not be publicly viewable online. A digital copy of the thesis will remain stored in the repository archive.
The library will no longer provide bindery services for personal copies. A list of available businesses that provide this service is found below.
The library does not recommend or endorse any of these services in particular and simply offers this list as a source of information.
If there are questions about the thesis policies for the library, please contact Chuck Hodgin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-460-5444.