Finding Theses and Dissertations: University of Saskatchewan

Tips and tricks to locate theses and dissertations, in both print and electronic format, from the University of Saskatchewan and elsewhere.

Thesis and Dissertation Collection

All masters' and doctoral theses accepted by the U of S since 1912 can be found through the University Library.

There are currently over 13,000 U of S theses in print located in the University Archives and Special Collections (3rd floor of the Murray Library). 

The eCommons holds all University of Saskatchewan electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) published since 2005. More than 800 print theses published before 2005 have been digitized and added to the collection as well. To request the digitization of a print-only thesis or dissertation, contact University Archives and Special Collections.

Since 2007, all theses are now submitted electronically. Links are available through both the eCommons and the library catalogue as soon as they are approved by the thesis committee.

Some theses are available in both print and electronic format, and we are constantly digitizing older theses. 

Use the catalogue search box below!
Simply choose "Theses Collection" from the drop-down menu on the right. 


Theses in Print

A bookshelf with a row of theses. All are thin books bound in reddish-brownish covers.