The college’s first woman graduate of color
The James P. Adams Library provides students and faculty with the services necessary to support and improve instruction and learning consistent with the the educational programs of the College.
Monday - Thursday: 7:45am to 10:00pm
Friday: 7:45am to 5pm
Saturday: 11am to 5pm
Sunday: 1pm to 8pm
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Black and white and color printing for students is available from public desktop computers on the main level 3 of the library.
Each semester, undergraduate students are allotted $12.50 worth of printing (250 black and white pages) and graduate students are allotted $25 worth (500 black and white pages) of printing.
The printed pages are deducted from this balance. Black and white prints are deducted at $.05 per page and color prints are deducted at $.25 per page. If students exceed this amount, they will be billed.
On-campus users are automatically logged in to the library's databases and online resources. However, if you are off-campus or in the dorms, you must log in with your RIC User ID and RIC Password. If you have difficulty logging in, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Friends of the James P. Adams Library is an organization founded in 1998 by a group of Rhode Island College faculty, staff and administrators. The Friends are advocates and supporters for the Library, both on campus and in the surrounding community.
Please consider making a gift to the Friends of Adams Library.
Featured News & Stories
Elizabeth Rowell, who taught at RIC for 42 years, has been an active advocate of RIC's LGBTQ+ community, a community, she says, that has much to be proud of.
This exhibit will run from February 17 through April and feature the life and works of Nancy Elizabeth Prophet, an American artist of African-American and Native American ancestry, known for her sculpture.
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- place Adams Library Level 3 (main floor)