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French and Francophone Studies

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Borrowing Books from Area Libraries

As a Stonehill College student, you have borrowing privileges at the following libraries: Easton's Ames Free Library (which also provides you access to the regional SAILS Library Network), Wheaton College, Bridgewater State University and University of Massachusetts/Dartmouth. Additionally anyone residing or attending school in Massachusetts can obtain a Boston Public Library eCard

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