S@C is open-access repository maintained by The Claremont Colleges Library that showcases and maintains works by scholars from the 7Cs (students, faculty and staff). Several of the Claremont Colleges and many individual departments require or request that students deposit their theses or dissertation in the library's institutional repository, Scholarship@Claremont.
The repository's goals are to:
- Provides persistent and centralized access to research and scholarship by the Claremont Colleges academic community.
- Promotes research and collaboration within the scholarly community.
- Preserves the history, growth, and development of the Claremont Colleges.
Who Can Deposit?
Members of the Claremont academic community are invited to contribute completed scholarship for long-term preservation and worldwide electronic accessibility through the Scholarship@Claremont.
Types of Items Accepted
Coordinated by the Claremont Colleges Library, Scholarship@Claremont provides for the dissemination of a full range of scholarship, including artwork, conference proceedings, monographs, peer-reviewed journals, post prints, publicly funded research, reports, teaching and learning resources, theses and dissertations, and working papers.
An Important Note About Copyright
The content of the repository is discoverable by Google, Google Scholar, and other search engines, which makes it easy to share and collaborate with anyone connected to the Internet. The content is available to be used responsibly under fair use for personal and educational purposes or with the permission of the authors or copyright holders.