York College of Pennsylvania, a private college located between Baltimore, MD and Philadelphia, PA recently partnered with online bookstore provider, Akademos, to help drive down costs for students and increase overall transparency.
Two words that didn’t always go together, especially when discussing higher education. Two words that still don’t in many countries around the world. I am grateful that this job I chose almost 5 years ago lets me support women and their education every day. So on this International Women’s Day, I say, let’s get a little louder and continue this important conversation.
The importance of supporting the education of women and girls
Education is essential for personal growth, economic development, and social progress. However, in many parts of the world, girls and women face significant barriers to accessing education.
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The State University of New York at Fredonia joins SUNY system schools SUNY Polytechnic and SUNY Clinton Community College as partners of Akademos. The four-year, public institution, located approximately an hour from the city of Buffalo is known for its world-renowned School of Music and over 100 liberal arts, natural and social sciences, education, mathematics, and business programs.
Affordability and convenience reign supreme for students at the new online store.
Eastern Arizona College (EAC), a two-year, public institution prioritized equity, service, and convenience when they partnered with Akademos as their online bookstore platform. The school serves approximately 4,500 students and offers associate degree and certificate options at their multiple campus locations.