How can I find a University of Toronto thesis?

There are a few options available to you:

  1. You can check TSpace, the university's research repository. TSpace holds Masters theses and Doctoral dissertations from 2009 onwards as well as some older digitized materials.
     
  2. You can check Library and Archives Canada Thesis Portal that contains many electronic theses and dissertations from the University of Toronto
     
  3. You can search Dissertations & Theses: Full Text (ProQuest).
     
  4. You can search the library catalogue. Once you have done a keyword search for your topic, you can use the 'Format' category to the left to filter just the theses.You will first need to click on 'Books' - if there are theses available, they will be displayed. You could also use 'thesis' as one of your keywords in your search.
     
  5. Older dissertations and theses are available through the University of Toronto Archives and Records Management Services (UTARMS) The Archives holds Masters theses from 1897 - 1989 and Doctoral theses from 1900 - 1985. https://discoverarchives.library.utoronto.ca/index.php/university-of-toronto-archives-and-records-management-services :
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