Interlibrary Loan Dissertation Request Form

Please remember: Before requesting an item via ILL please check the Library Catalog and the Dissertations and Theses Full Text database.

**** Please note: Dissertations are Masters and PhD theses that other students have written in order to graduate. Seniors and graduate students of CLU who need these dissertations for their courses, may order them through Interlibrary loan. It usually takes a week or two to obtain a dissertation and there is occasionally a fee. Please consider using our full text databases before using Dissertation Abstracts unless you are required to use a dissertation for a class.

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Name  (last, first middle)
Department / Major
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Dissertation Title

Author / Editor  (last, first)

Date of publication

ISBN number


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