Dissertations and Theses information
Submit your Thesis, Dissertation, or Final Project
Submit your Thesis, Dissertation, or Final Project to Seton Hall University's online repository
Seton Hall University has implemented an online submission system for electronic theses and dissertations and final projects to the institutional repository, eRepository. Dissertation submission to UMI Proquest is also available online. The online submission system is replacing the former practice of depositing print copies in the library.
For questions contact: Sharon Favaro, Digital Services Librarian, email: Sharon.Favaro@shu.edu, phone: 973-761-9796
Submission instructions to eRepository
Please submit the final electronic version of your thesis or dissertation with the signature sheet to SHU ETD. There is a $25.00 processing fee paid via Pirate's Gold. Payment can be made in-person at the Circulation Desk or by phone 973-761-9443. For help with your: Piratenet account contact the IT Help Desk:(973) 275-2222 or x2222 or email@example.com, Pirate's gold account contact the Campus ID office: (973) 761-9771 or CampusID@shu.edu .
Please review eRepository instructions and view the example title page for correct formatting before submitting your dissertation/thesis. Please include your signature sheet with your dissertation/thesis submission. Please review Merging the Signature Sheet into Dissertation & Thesis Files documentation.
Submission instructions to Proquest
Please submit the final version of your dissertation with the signature sheet to Seton Hall University UMI Proquest ETD. Contact information for Proquest. Frequently Asked Questions for the UMI Proquest submission process.
* Bound copies can be ordered in the Proquest submission module for department and additional copies.
How to Find Your Dissertation or Thesis Online
Seton Hall University Open Access ETDs (Electronic Theses and Dissertations)
The full-text of many theses/dissertations completed since 1997+ is available open access in PDF format.
Search Dissertations & Theses @ SHU (ProQuest) or Dissertation Full-text Database. UMI's ProQuest Digital Dissertations has more than two million entries, the Dissertation database is the single, authoritative source for information about doctoral dissertations and master's theses. The database represents the work of authors from over 1,000 graduate schools and universities. Some 47,000 new dissertations and 12,000 new theses are added to the database each year.