Student authors hold copyright to their work. To use an author's work,  the author's permission is required in writing. Physical theses listed in the library catalog show whether something can be copied. Digital theses already allow reproduction for research use.  

The College Archives holds in trust this work and abides by the laws of Federal copyright including:

  1. The right to make copies
  2. The right to distribute copies to the public
  3. The right to make derivative works (translations, abridgements, adaptations)
  4. The right of public display (includes online outlets)
  5. The right of public performance
  6. The moral right against mutilation and misattribution (failure to credit the author as the source of a work, or crediting an author with works he/she has not produced)