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BINDERY OPTIONS

On-Demand Printing & Binding

Company: Houchen Bindery

Cost: $65.50 per copy (plus sales tax where applicable)

Approximate Shipping Time: two weeks

International Shipping:  No

Payment Options:  Visa and Mastercard


Thesis on Demand

Company:  HF Group

Cost:  Printing and Binding Quote Calculator

Approximate Shipping Time: bound product ships approximately two weeks from order date

International Shipping:  No

Payment Options:  Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express

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Theses & Dissertations

Company:  Book1One

Cost:  Instant Online Price Quote

Approximate Shipping Time: five business days for soft cover, plastic coil bound & saddle stitch books; 10 business days for hard cover books

International Shipping:  Will ship to Canada and other international locations via USPS international service

Payment Options:  Visa, Discover, American Express, Mastercard or a paypal account during the online ordering process

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Bound copies may still be ordered from ProQuest during the ETD submission process.

The library no longer offers thesis binding services.

 

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