“I can't afford my own,” one student said about the textbooks required for his courses. “I think that [the Top Textbooks program] allows students to take classes they otherwise couldn't,” another student wrote in an anonymous survey.
Since its inception in fall 2017, the Top Textbooks program has saved students over $302,812 in textbooks. The increasingly popular program acquires multiple copies of required textbooks for a select group of undergraduate courses with high enrollment rates that require traditionally expensive textbooks, and places them on course reserve for use by all students.
“I’m very grateful for these textbooks
because I cannot afford them and their
availability is crucial to my success.”