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Senior Theses: Searching, Access & Copies

The Senior Thesis Collection contains over 60,000 theses that were written by Princeton undergraduate students from 1924 to the present.

Searching & Access Information

There are two ways to search for Senior Theses: via the New Catalog or DataSpace  

  • The New Catalog works best when you want to find a specific thesis, and when you know either the title or the author's name. Also, if you plan to view a thesis in the reading room, you must request it through the New Catalog.

Please note the following access information: 

  • Theses written between  1924 and 2012 are in paper or microfiche format and must be viewed in the reading room of the Mudd Manuscript Library

  • Theses written in 2013 are in digital format, but must be viewed on computers at the Mudd Manuscript Library

  • Theses written in 2014 and later are available on computers connected to the Princeton computing network, with a small number restricted for viewing at the Mudd Manuscript Library, or restriced from view temporarily

Get a Copy

To order a copy of a senior thesis, please see our senior thesis imaging policy.

Submission Procedure for Senior Theses

See: Senior Thesis Submission Information for Academic Departments