Universal Access

Library staff will assist patrons with disabilities in retrieving materials, arranging special loans, making photocopies and more. Ask for assistance at the Circulation Desk or Madel Tisi, Circulation, Reference & Instruction Librarian. x7510, L202B, mtisi@ramapo.edu

Facilities & Equipment

The library and collections are wheelchair accessible. Other accommodations include:

  • Entrance ramps
  • Elevators
  • Accessible rest rooms
  • Photocopiers with enlarging capabilities
  • Off-campus access to databases
  • CCTV print enlarger
  • Jaws 15
  • ZoomText 8.0

Adaptive Technology

A joint effort of George T. Potter Library and the Office of Specialized Services, we have equipment that offers reading tools, screen magnification, non-visual Web readers, voice-recognition software, and more. For access to this equipment, please contact the

Office of Specialized Service
oss@ramapo.edu (email) or:
201-684-7514 (voice)
201-684-7092 (TTY only)
Fax 201-684-7004
(201) 585-2071 voice:2072 TDD/TTY.


Mobile Website How Do I? Class Guides Video Guides

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Instructions: Use the library’s catalog to find books, course reserve items, movies, music and government documents. Conduct a quick search from this box or click on the catalog link for more search options.

Examples: Romeo and Juliet, Popular Culture, Wind Willows Advanced Catalog Search arrow graphic

Instructions: Search for course reserves by typing in your professor’s name in the search box. Materials are usually available electronically or in print. If the reserve item is not available electronically, please write down the call number and give it to the Circulation staff so they can retrieve the item for you.

Examples: Prof. Name, ACCT 221, World Cultures Find More Course Reserves arrow graphic
Ramapo Login Instructions
Login: R Number
Password: Last Name
Non-Ramapo Login Instructions
Login: Library Barcode
Password: Last Name
(All Lowercase)

Instructions: Need a database? Conduct a quick search by typing in the name of the database you are looking for into the search box (ex. JSTOR, Project Muse, Academic Search Premier, etc.) or use the drop-down menu to search for databases in certain subject areas.

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Instructions: Want to find a source? Search the journal, magazine or newspaper title (source name) to see if the library has full-text print or electronic access and, if so, what date ranges are available.

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