A powerful advocate of Portuguese American history and heritage, Marie Fraley is the benefactor of this new archive at RIC.
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 email@example.com.
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.
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