Theses and Dissertations at the NCSU Libraries
Whether a thesis or dissertation published at NCSU is available online or in print depends upon the publication date:
The NCSU Libraries collects theses and dissertations completed at NC State University. The majority of the printed collection (pre-1997 and some 1997-2002) is located on the 5th floor of D. H. Hill Library. The call number area is LD 3921.
The call numbers take the format LD 3921. Dept. Name .Letter/#
Since 1997, students at NC State have been able to submit an electronic version of their thesis or dissertation. On April 22, 2002, electronic submission became required. These materials are searchable in the catalog as well as the digital repository.
Searching for Theses and Dissertations at NC State
Option 1. Do an ANYWHERE search in the catalog in the following format: Theses and TOPIC
Option 2. Do a SUBJECT HEADING search in the catalog in the following format: North Carolina State University Theses
Variation on Option 2: If you know the department name, it can be added to the end of the L.C. Subject search.
If you have a question about your own NCSU thesis:
For editorial questions, or any questions about changing content in your electronic thesis:
The NCSU Digital Repository hosts and displays the NCSU electonic theses provided by the Graduate School. The Digital Repository can be contacted at:
If you are not sure who to contact for your question, please contact the Librarian Contact listed below, who will guide you to the right place.
Librarian Contact Information