Library open only to current Claremont Colleges students, faculty, and staff: Tuesday, December 6 - Thursday, December 15. Exceptions include those visiting Bookstore, Cafe, and Special Collections Appointments. More info on Blackout Dates for Community Access.
To locate or browse books on Education in the library
We use the Library of Congress Classification System to organize physical books in the library. The classification system uses letters at the beginning of the education call number to organize books by topic
Education: L - 1st floor Mudd side of the building
Library Search is the library catalog. Use it to look for books, videos and DVDs, music scores, and other materials owned by the Library. Library Search includes information on both paper and electronic materials.
The Library Search can also be used to find literature and historical sources in Italian or in translation. Use the "Language" and "Location" drop-down menus to limit to language or to a specific location such as Special Collections.
If none of the above options have the dissertation you are looking for, we suggest contacting the academic department or program that issued the work as some departments keep their own copies of dissertations. You can also Contact a Librarian.
More dissertations, including those from Claremont Graduate University and from students outside of The Claremont Colleges, can be found in the ProQuest database Dissertations and Theses, which has more than one million dissertations and theses from academic institutions in the US, Canada, Great Britain, and Europe. Please note that if you do not have institutional access to this database there may be a cost associated with obtaining a copy of a dissertation or theses.