Answered By: Jaclyn McKewan Last Updated: Feb 22, 2018 Views: 0
There are a few ways to do this.
To find NU theses that are held in the library, go to our catalog, and select both "Thesis" and "Thesis Non-Circulating" under "Collections." You can also enter a search term or leave it blank to see all.
If the Library owns more than one copy of the thesis, you can check out the second copy. These circulating copies are located on the second floor, in the back left corner behind the "P" call number. If only one copy exists, you have to read the thesis in the Library. Just ask a staff member at the Reference Desk or the Circulation Desk if you need help retrieving either the circulating or non-circulating copy.
To find NU theses online, go to the Dissertations & Theses database, which can be found at http://niagara.libguides.com/az.php?a=d. Select "Advanced Search." Enter "Niagara University" in the search box, and select "University/Institution" in the box next to it. Some results will have "Full text - PDF" listed, and you can click that to read the thesis.