How do I find a GSU thesis, capstone project, dissertation, or graduate seminar?

GSU maintains a collection of theses, capstones, and dissertations in both print and digital formats.

The collection is comprised of manuscripts submitted by students after final approval of the project.

Digital Manuscripts

Approved student work submitted digitally is published in the institutional repository OPUS and available for full text download. Manuscripts in OPUS are verified as approved by the department and are authorized to appear as open access content.

Browse Digital Student Work by Discipline
Browse Digital Student Work by Author

Not seeing your project?

Guide to Publishing your Manuscript to the Digital Repository
Contact the OPUS administrator

Print Manuscripts

Prior to 2011 the University Library accepted print copies from graduating students which were bound and placed in the collection. Print manuscripts are searchable through the Library Catalog and can be accessed by contacting the University Archives.

Note: If you are searching for your own work and cannot locate it in the Library Catalog, please contact your college's division or department.

Thesis, Dissertation, Project, and Graduate Seminar Descriptions

Digital Manuscript Publishing Process


  • Last Updated May 17, 2022
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