The Spanish Resource Center was created in 2009 with the support of the Spanish Minnistry of Education in order to support teachers and students of Spanish language and cultures at Rice, in Houston schools, and beyond.
Its multimedia collection of ca. 3,000 books and films are available for use, and its events, including film series held on the Rice campus, are open to all.
The Department of Spanish, Portguese, and Latin American Studies and the Center for Languages and Intercultural Communication are the campus partners of this valuable resource.
You can contact the Spanish Resource Center in any of the following ways:
By email, in Spanish, via its adjunct director, Jesus Chico Valencia:
By phone, in English and during regular university hours, via the Department of Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin American Studies:
Or, during regular university hours, come to 307 Rayzor Hall (the office of the Department of Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin American Studies).
The Spanish Resource Center holdings are physically located in 325 Rayzor Hall.