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Introducing Inclusive Access...

Inclusive Access is a new digital learning program aimed toward helping students navigate the world of increasing textbook prices while offering students immediate access to their course materials. This service offers students instant access to online course materials, like textbooks and class websites, at the lowest possible price. A number of courses will take part in this new program during the Fall 2017 semester, with additional courses added in the future. Students will be notified which courses are participating in the Inclusive Access digital learning program when ordering his or her textbooks.


 

How Does It Work?

Students will have access to the course materials beginning on the first day of class, and will be able to use the materials free of charge for the first three weeks of the semester. After three weeks, a content charge will be added to the student's bill unless the student opts out of the program, at which point the Inclusive Access materials will no longer be available and no charges will be added to the student bill. Students can opt out by visiting their course's website and clicking on the Opt Out button. Students who opt out are responsible for purchasing the necessary course materials, whether it is a printed textbook and other required materials.

Students remaining in the Inclusive Access program may also purchase a loose leaf copy of the course materials, after the initial three week period has ended, at a greatly reduced price.

Please contact the Campus Store with questions about the Inclusive Access digital learning program. 

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