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Hope College Digital Commons: Student Submissions Information

Information on Hope College's institutional repository of faculty and student scholarly work, archives materials, and college publications.

Student Submissions

Some student scholarship is present in Hope College Digital Commons. At this time questions regarding student submissions should be directed to the institutional repository administrator (digitalcommons@hope.edu).

Undergraduate Research Commons

Visit the Undergraduate Research Commons (URC) to see the scholarly output of undergraduate students at a number of universities and colleges.

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Hope College Digital Commons content can also be found by searching Hope Primo.

Student Scholarship

Altered Book Art Collection

The Altered Book Art Collection is comprised of art pieces created by Hope College students. All of the pieces are altered books, which are works of art created by changing the original appearance and/or meaning of a book. The pieces are all from a class project and were displayed at Van Wylen Library.

Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creative Performance (CURCP)

The Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creative Performance at Hope College is an annual opportunity for student-faculty collaboration. Students complete research projects under the guidance of a faculty member, which is then presented at the Celebration. For more information, please visit the Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creative Performance website.

Mellon Scholars Program

Student digital projects from the Mellon Scholars Program at Hope College. Please visit the Mellon Scholars Program site for more information.