Marymount Digital Repository helps to advance the University’s mission of academic excellence at the undergraduate and graduate level. By providing an institutional repository for digital works, Marymount Digital Repository allows for the expansion of Marymount’s scholarship and research to a worldwide platform.
- Faculty and Student Scholarship: Marymount University’s Institutional Repository.
- Digital and Special Collections: Various digital collections to include yearbooks, Little Sisters Handbooks, Wilhelmina Boldt Collection, and the Religious Sacred Heart of Mary.
Submitting your work to Marymount’s Institutional Repository
Depositing your work to the institutional repository provides access to researchers on campus or across the world. Marymount students and alumni with a committee approved theses or dissertation can contribute their work to the institutional repository. Faculty who retain copyright to their work can also deposit their work to the institutional repository.
Students and/or alumni please complete and submit the Student Submission Authorization Form and attach the necessary files.
Faculty please submit the Faculty Submission Authorization Form and attach the necessary files.
Both agreements are a non-exclusive transfer of ownership of a single copy of your work to the University Archives. Students and faculty retain copyright to their own work. It allows the Archives to make your work available according to the release option you choose during your submission, to make backup copies, and to migrate the work to future file formats as necessary for preservation.