This collection contains born-digital graduate student work. The Kraemer Family Library provides open access to full text of all UCCS Dissertations submitted after 2010 and Theses submitted Fall 2015 and later. Dissertations and theses are organized by college and discipline.
Authors may restrict access to the UCCS campus community or place and embargo on publication of their dissertation for a maximum of two years. This is indicated within the repository.
Dissertations and theses submitted prior to Fall 2015 can be found in print in the Kraemer Family Library catalog.Search by author's name (last name, first name) or by keyword "university colorado springs dissertations".
The Historical Student Newspapers Collection is a pilot project to provide access to digital facsimiles of the early student newspapers published on the Colorado Springs campus. Newspapers may be browsed by date, keyword searching is limited.
The University of Colorado Colorado Springs is providing access to image files of the Colorado Springs campus student newspapers for educational and research purposes only. Some of the material contained in these images may be protected by U.S. and International Copyright Law. Use of these images are restricted to non-commercial, public access and does not include the right to reproduce. Any materials used, for academic research or otherwise, should be fully credited with the source.
At this time, digital versions of the following newspapers are available:
Later student newspapers are available within the UCCS Archives.
Research Day is a showcase of projects across the University of Colorado Colorado Springs campus. Faculty and students present original research to the campus and local community. The abstract books contain brief descriptions of on-going and completed work.