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.
For Ph.D. Dissertation processes and questions please refer to your respective college department for guidance. Additional questions can be sent to:
Daytona Beach master's degree students are required to submit a full-text electronic copy of each thesis to be housed in ERAU Scholarly Commons. In addition, ERAU recommends graduate students also submit their thesis for inclusion in ProQuest Electronic Theses and Dissertations Database.
You must provide a correctly formatted PDF copy. To do this, use a word processing program to save your file appropriately. ProQuest, the company that will eventually host your thesis online (if you choose), provides documentation on this process. For more information, please see Preparing Your Manuscript for Submission.
Submitting Your Thesis (Required)
Please select “Submit Master’s Thesis” on Scholarly Commons EDT Submissions to:
If you have any technical difficulties with the online form, you may email your documents to email@example.com.
There is no cost to submit your thesis electronically.
To submit your thesis or dissertation to ProQuest:
Embry-Riddle no longer requires a printed copy of your thesis. Any provision of bound copies to committee members or departments is a courtesy and not a part of graduation requirements. The official copy of record is the digital copy found in Scholarly Commons.
You are free to make your own bindery contacts and negotiate your own agreements, shipping arrangements, and methods of payment, however, we recommend the following:
Any paper copies produced by the student would be for personal use and not considered "official."
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org, Katelyn Alley, 386-226-7778, in the Office of the Provost for additional assistance.