Two primary submission options are offered for our university publishing partners – online and paper submission. We also have programs for retrospective publishing and open access publishing of graduate works. Each is covered in one of the sections below:
While we encourage all our university publishing partners to migrate to online submission, ProQuest Dissertation Publishing continues to support paper submission. Questions about paper submission can be directed to our Author and School Relations group.
In scholarly publishing circles, interest in open access publishing continues to grow (content that a reader can access free of charge). ProQuest Dissertation Publishing offers an Open Access publishing option through an online repository called PQDT Open—with access to graduate works worldwide. Contact us if you have any questions about Open Access Publishing PLUS.
The Digital Archiving and Access Program enables your institution to archive and preserve paper dissertations and theses from past years that you currently store in your library as vulnerable paper documents. All the advantages of publishing new dissertations and theses can also be conferred on this archive of scholarship and institutional history. For more information on how you can take advantage of this program, please contact us.
Questions about your dissertation or thesis?
Contact Author Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800.521.0600 ext. 77020
Looking for dissertations by other authors?
Contact us at email@example.com
Need help selecting a subject heading?
Contact us at 800.521.0600 ext. 74883 (Social Sciences/Humanities) or ext. 72209 (Sciences/Engineering)