Marymount students, faculty, and alumni may deposit an electronic or digital copy of their work to Marymount University’s institutional repository in order to archive and provide access to researchers on campus or around the world. In addition to the institutional repository, Marymount University also offers graduate students the opportunity to publish their work in the Dissertations & Theses Global (ProQuest) database via the Marymount ETD Administrator site.
For Graduate Students
After receiving approval of your dissertation or thesis from your school, please submit your work to the Dissertations & Theses Global (ProQuest) database via the Marymount ETD Administrator site. Once submissions are complete, these dissertations and theses will be available both in the Dissertations & Theses Global (ProQuest) database and in Marymount University’s institutional repository.
For some programs, such as DSC in Cybersecurity, it is a requirement of degree completion to submit their dissertations to the Dissertations & Theses Global (ProQuest) database. For more information, please visit our help guide on Submitting Your Dissertation/Thesis.
For Undergraduate Students
*This form is a non-exclusive transfer of ownership of a single copy of your thesis or dissertation to the University Archives. Students and faculty retain copyright to their own work. It allows the University Archives to make your work available according to the release option you choose during submission, to make backup copies of your thesis or dissertation, and to migrate it to future file formats as necessary for preservation. We cannot upload any work without the accompanying Submission Form. Once you have completed the Google form and attached the appropriate files, the University Archives will upload your work to the institutional repository.
If you have any questions regarding the submission of your work, please contact Laura Khouvongsavanh at 703-526-6834 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.