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    Libraries & Technology

    Roger Williams University is home to 20 computer labs, the University Library, Architecture Library and School of Law Library. Our integrated systems allow students to search for articles, periodicals and books not only at our own libraries, but those of the Higher Education Library Information Network which includes Brown University, Johnson & Wales University, Providence College and Wheaton College, just to name a few.

    University Library

    University Library

    Open 112 hours a week with a book collection that exceeds 230,000 volumes along with 2,700 print periodicals and more than 33,000 online titles.

    Architecture Library

    Open 91 hours a week with more than 24,000 books, 60,000 slides, a digital collection of more than 80,000 images and subscriptions to more than 200 periodicals and journals. The library also houses what is considered the best historic preservation collection in New England.

    Law Library

    Law Library

    The 35,000-square-foot Law Library houses approximately 300,000 volumes in print and microform and 3,500 serial titles. Holdings include federal and state reports, statutes and sessions law from all 50 states as well as Supreme Court records and briefs and government documents.

    Robert F. Stoico/FirstFed World Languages Center

    Robert F. Stoico/FirstFed World Languages Center

    At the heart of the RWU quad is Global Heritage Hall with its new, interactive, state-of-the-art World Languages Center -- complete with everything from Wifi to videoconferencing.

    Robert F. Stoico/FirstFed Trading Room

    Robert F. Stoico/FirstFed Trading Room

    Located on the first floor of the Mario J. Gabelli School of Business, this state-of-the-art teaching and research center features split-screen technology perfect for finance education.

    Center for Advanced Financial Education

    Center for Advanced Financial Education

    The CAFE, located in the Mario J. Gabelli School of Business, houses trading stations and corporate-level software for the Student Investment Management Fund students.