Using unconventional sources to save money on textbooks may come at a price.
A new semester means it’s time to head back to the bookstore.
SLCC bookstores will now be managed by Follett Corporation.
Open-source materials allow students and faculty to opt out of traditional high-priced textbooks.
The bookstore is just one of many places where students can purchase their textbooks.
Before you hit the books this fall, read how you can get your required reading materials.
There’s still time left for soon-to-be SLCC grads who want to walk at commencement.
Before you can hit the books, you’ll likely need to visit the campus bookstore. Louis Lacroix explains what’s available.
Going to class after a long summer break can be a challenge. Salt Lake Community College students offer tips on how to successfully survive the transition.
While e-books are cheaper than their printed counterparts, Dillon Anderson investigates why most students don’t use them.
Students can sell their textbooks now and still use them through the end of the semester. Ana Maria Durango has the details.
If you are a new Salt Lake Community College student, or you would like to improve your SLCC experience, check out our survival guide to prepare for the new school year.