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When students do not have their required course materials, they miss a valuable part of their education. Students who waited just two weeks after classes began to obtain their course materials had substantially lower grades than those who acquired their textbooks within a few days.

Despite the value Gen Z and non-traditional students place on education, many students choose not to purchase textbooks. Colleges and universities nationwide must counteract this growing trend that leaves students unprepared.


How Savvy Student Shoppers Jeopardize Their Success
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Student Success

Students who waited just two weeks after classes began to obtain their course materials had substantially lower grades than those who acquired their textbooks within a few days

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Affordability

15% of nontraditional students feel financially secure

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Access

70% of students said they would be willing to participate in an inclusive access program if it increased affordability

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