Policies for Theses & Honors Papers

Who Can Submit

Former and current students may publish theses, dissertations, and honors papers and related materials in the collection Theses & Honors Papers. For additional information, please contact digitalcommons@longwood.edu.

Rights and Permissions

By submitting work to the Digital Commons, you, the author, grant Longwood University and its agents the non-exclusive license to archive and make accessible this work, in whole or in part, in all forms of media, now and hereafter in perpetuity.

You, the author or creator, retain all ownership rights to the submitted work, and inclusion in Digital Commons @Longwood does not prevent you from pursuing commercial publishing. By default, your work will become available shortly after receipt. However, if you wish to wait two years to make this work available, please email digitalcommons@longwood.edu.

By submitting to the Digital Commons you are certifying that the submitted electronic version is the final approved copy and is ready for public distribution. To the best of your knowledge, this scholarly work does not infringe any copyright, nor violate any proprietary rights, contain any libelous matter, or invade the privacy of any person or third party.


A paper may be updated or removed from public view by sending a request to the system administrator at digitalcommons@longwood.edu. However, a citation to the original version of the paper will always remain on the site.