Answered By: Michael Pujals
Last Updated: Dec 17, 2014     Views: 58

Although the Library no longer accepts printed theses, students wishing to obtain personal copies may do so at their own expense through any private printer. To ensure convenience and superior quality, the Library has made arrangements with Herring & Robinson Bookbinders, who have been binding Dominican's theses for 10 years.

Herring & Robinson provides directions on how to submit and pay for binding.  Herring & Robinson also provides a variety of selections for cover material coloring and lettering/stamping. Any questions regarding the submission of materials and the delivery of bound copies through Herring & Robinson should be directed to

We've also listed other book binders used by various universities.  Use whomever you are most comfortable with.  Dominican University of California is not responsible for the pricing of bound copies, any transactions between students and Herring & Robinson, or transactions with any other book binder listed on this page.