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Thesis Binding & Submission Process

This process is relevant to Daytona Beach master's degree students only.


The Hunt Library wants to ensure that we do our part in keeping the Embry-Riddle community safe and healthy during these uncertain times. To do so, we are temporarily suspending the submission of paper copies of theses and dissertations.

If you need to submit a thesis or dissertation at this time, please use the online form to submit a PDF copy of your work and your submission form. PDF copies should include your completed signature page. You may submit this separately if you are unable to merge the files. Submission forms must be signed, but we are happy to accept electronic signatures. If you have any technical difficulties with the online form, you may email your documents to

Because we have suspended the binding process at this time, there is no cost to submit your thesis or dissertation electronically.

Before You Begin

Before you start the thesis binding process at the Hunt Library, be sure to have these items ready

  • Print copy of thesis containing a signed signature page. Any paper, including standard printer/copy paper, may be used.
  • PDF copy containing embedded fonts.
  • $20 binding fee.
  • Optional for each additional thesis: $20 binding fee plus shipping fee ($10 domestic / $40 international).
  • Signed Thesis Submission Form, available below or from the Office of the Provost.

Please see the full instructions on the Thesis Binding Process tab for more details.


Daytona Beach master's degree candidates are required to produce a bound copy of the completed master's thesis. This copy will be housed in the Hunt Library. In addition, an abstract of each thesis is uploaded into ProQuest’s Dissertation and Theses ETD system.

An electronic copy of each thesis is also housed in ERAU Scholarly Commons.

Please choose a tab to see the complete Thesis Binding Process or to access one of our other thesis resources.

Worldwide students are not required to submit their GRPs or theses to the Hunt Library. However, anyone wishing to contribute works to Scholarly Commons, the university's institutional repository, can contact Debra Rodensky for additional information. This documentation pertains to the Hunt Library and Daytona Beach campus only.