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If your dissertation or thesis contains material that you will want to publish elsewhere before it is released to the public, you can request an embargo for a limited period of time (typically six months, one year, or two years).You should consult with your major professor or other mentors on this question.

If your dissertation or thesis contains material that you will want to publish elsewhere before it is released to the public, you can request an embargo for a limited period of time (typically six months, one year, or two years).You should consult with your major professor or other mentors on this question.

The information contained in this section is only a general guide – more detailed information can be found through the University Library's Copyright Page.

Whether or not you copyright your thesis or dissertation, you retain the right to publish all or any part of it by any means at any time, except for reproduction from a negative microfilm as described in the agreement with PQIL.

You must make an appointment or arrangements to file remotely with the Senior Academic Advisor in order to file your thesis or dissertation.

To find your assigned Senior Academic Advisor in Graduate Studies, go to the Graduate Programs page, click on your program, and then click on "People." You will find their name and contact information there.

You may register the copyright yourself by submitting to the Registrar of Copyrights the appropriate application form, a filing fee and one or two copies of the work.

In order to have full protection against infringement, this should be done as soon as possible. You may choose to copyright your thesis or dissertation by adding the copyright notice, submitting a copy to the Registrar of Copyrights, but not registering it.Should you decide to copyright your thesis or dissertation, you must include a separate unnumbered copyright page after the title page.By adding this copyright notice, which should be included in all copies you distribute, you have copyrighted your thesis or dissertation.For additional information, view the University of California Open Access Policies page.The copyright law of the United States is quite complex.Thus, our scholarly efforts must be available to the public.After filing, your dissertation or thesis becomes a public document, one that may be searchable on the web (this will soon be the case).As a master’s or doctoral candidate, you will be asked to complete a publishing agreement with PQIL.You will also be given the option to apply for copyright, but it is not required.You will still need to submit your original signed title page and required paperwork.Required paperwork can be dropped off to Graduate Studies or mailed. Please note, any exit seminars or final exams must be arranged with your program directly.

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