Digital Commons is an Institutional Repository platform that enables institutions to manage, display, and publish scholarship online.
Who can contribute? Current faculty, students, and staff. If you are interested in submitting your work.
The Faculty can also contribute unpublished conference presentations, research, or creative works. They may also want to contribute select pre- and post-prints of articles.
All graduate theses and dissertation and capstone projects can be published in Digital Commons.
As of 2020, all thesis and dissertation will be submitted to Digital Commons with approval of faculty advisors. Any other undergraduate student work must be recommended for Digital Commons by a faculty member OR originate from an official student publication.
What can I submit?
- Graduate Theses, dissertation.
- Conference presentations and unpublished articles are accepted for the faculty as well as published articles as allowed by the publisher.
- College publications, such as the Health Advocacy Bulletin etc.
- Undergraduate student work that is recommended and approved by a faculty member.