Every campus is unique, which is why your community deserves a flexible equitable access textbook program. Even though certain areas of Equitable Access offer uniformity where important, a one-size-fits-all solution is not always what your students, faculty, and staff need to succeed.
Mercy College of Health Sciences (MCHS) students can now access their course materials through a college-branded bookstore website powered by Akademos. With a single sign-on option, designed for convenience, students have the ability to view their enrolled courses and adopt required course materials. They can also choose to purchase from multiple options including new, used, digital, and through the Akademos Marketplace.
The Largest Tribal College University (TCU) in the United States, Navajo Technical University (NTU), partnered with Akademos to foster student access and affordability.
Quincy University supports digital initiatives with a new bundled textbooks program, takes ownership of their brand, and the customer experience.
In collaboration with online course materials platform Akademos, the West Texas public university is taking the high cost out of buying course materials and textbooks
In a move to increase affordability for its socio-economically diverse student population, Chicago’s North Park University has made the move to an online course materials platform. The new initiative will enable the nearly 3,000 university students to access textbooks and course materials at a lower price.