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Textbooks are expensive, we understand. We have initiated the Textbook Affordability Program to help combat the ever-increasing cost of purchasing and renting textbooks for a variety of courses. Simply stop by a library help desk, and borrow the textbook for free. You can use it for a few hours and even scan the pages you need most.
If the Libraries don't have the textbook you need, you can place a purchase request at the Library Help Desk at Hale Library.
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Thanks to student-centered tuition enhancement grants from the K-State Student Governing Association in 2016, 2018, 2019, and 2020, we increased the size of the reserves collection to meet student needs. Even though we have reached the limit on the number of years of funding we can receive from SGA, we are still able to purchase print textbooks through K-State Libraries' acquisitions funds. While we can't buy every textbook, the Textbook Affordability Program is purchasing textbooks for courses with the highest number of
First-generation, first-year, transfer, and international students
If the Libraries cannot provide the textbook, consider these alternatives:
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