Answered By: Mary Anne Erwin
Last Updated: May 31, 2016     Views: 570

No, the library does not collect papers written by graduate students in their capstone or 6000 courses. 

The library does collect papers written through the formal process of thesis and disseration research. While many programs only require the capstone paper or project, some majors or programs (for example Nurse Anesthesia and International Relations) require a thesis or disseratation as part of the degree.  If you are interested in these items, see How do I find a theses or dissertations?

Many Webster graduate degees do not require students to write a theses.  If you are interested in seeing theses or dissertations written by students at other institutions, you may search the  Dissertations & Theses: Abstract & Index database.  Some of these records may link to the full-text of the document and some may allow you to preview the first 20+ pages.  If the full-text is not available online, the library may be able to borrow it for you. Contact a librarian for help.