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Answered By: Sarah Johnson Last Updated: Sep 01, 2015 Views: 163
Many of the theses written by Concordia University students are available in print and/or online.
Online theses are available at CU Commons, Concordia University-Portland's institutional repository.
Print theses are discoverable in Search@CULibraries, and can by found by searching for the words "Concordia thesis." They are shelved in closed stacks at the FWJ Sylwester Library. Ask at the Service Desk for access.
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