You're required to submit TWO hard copies of your project to the SU Libraries for binding:
one copy for the Libraries' Archives and one copy for your department.
Submit the hard copies of your project to the Office of Graduate Studies. Staff in the Office of Graduate Studies conducts a technical review of all hard copies of the manuscript for appropriate paper type, sequence of document, and formatting. After passing technical review, staff in the Office of Graduate Studies will deliver all approved paper copies to the Libraries for binding. For assistance, please contact Jessica Scott, Graduate Program Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 1: Prepare two required hard copies of your project to be submitted to the SU Libraries for binding.
Step 2: Submit the required hard copies of your project to the Office of Graduate Studies (OGS) for technical review and approval.
You can print your manuscript using the Résumé Printing Station located in the Perdue Hall 141 IT Computer Lab. Instructions are located at the printer.
The company that binds SU manuscripts makes periodic trips to SU Libraries to pick up raw copies and to return bound manuscripts. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused the normal time between these trips to be lengthened considerably.
When bound manuscripts are returned to SU Libraries, the library copy is added to the Nabb Research Center Theses & Dissertations Collection and the remaining copies are given to Stephen Ford for distribution. Stephen will contact the student and department to verify where personal and departmental copies should go and to make arrangements for pick up or mailing. At least one copy will be sent to the originating department.
For questions regarding the distribution of bound manuscripts, please contact:
Dr. Ernie Bond Curriculum Resource Center, Conway Hall 226
Email: email@example.com | Phone: 410-677-4602
As a service to SU students, the Libraries provides the option to have personal copies of a DNP project bound professionally. You must prepare your own print copies of your manuscript and submit them to the Office of Graduate Studies (OGS) for technical review and approval. The OGS staff will deliver the approved personal copy or copies to the Libraries for binding.
You can pick up your bound personal copies at the SU Libraries or these copies can be shipped to your home address at no cost to you. If you choose this option, please provide your mailing address to Stephen Ford, Education Librarian, firstname.lastname@example.org