Locate an Acadia Thesis
Acadia theses are located in Special Collections on level B1. Theses are non-circulating, but can be viewed or photocopied in the Kirkconnell Room. Please consult the Kirkconnell Room hours for information about when access is possible.
If you are not on campus, Acadia theses on microfiche may be requested through interlibrary loan, and print theses may be scanned upon request. To request that we digitize a thesis, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
In Electronic Format
You can access our electronic theses via our Institutional Repository, Acadia Scholar. Not all of our theses have been submitted electronically. You can find a thesis that has not been digitized by searching the library catalogue from our home page.
Locate Theses from Other Institutions
The Vaughan Memorial Library provides an interlibrary loan service that allows students and faculty to order print or microfiche copies of theses from other institutions. The ability to borrow a thesis is dependent on the lending library and some institutions do not lend their theses. All Canadian Master's and Ph.D. level theses are available in microfiche format from the Library and Archives Canada through our interlibrary loan service.
In Electronic Format
As a visitor, you can search the citations and abstracts for the current year in the Dissertation Abstracts database and purchase copies of theses. If you need to search against the full database, please consult the librarian for your subject area.
Electronic theses available on the Theses Canada Portal were submitted to the Theses Canada program between 1998 and August 31, 2002.
Write a Thesis at Acadia
- Undergraduate Honours Thesis information from the Research Office
- Master's Thesis information from Graduate Studies
- Thesis templates from Learning Technologies & Instructional Design
- Information for binding your thesis. Visit the Wallaceburg Bookbinding website for pricing and to submit your thesis for binding electronically.
- Submit your thesis to the Library