Connecticut Students Will Get a Break on Cost of TextsSeptember 28, 2018 |
by Kerri-Lee Maryland
A new agreement between Connecticut State Colleges and Universities and Follett Higher Education Group is going to help college students save more than $4 million in textbook costs.
“I think that’s something that students get very worried about when they hear textbooks and with these negotiations I think students can get a lot less worried when they hear about the cost of textbooks,” said Andrew Albert, a student at Tunxis.
Textbooks can cost students hundreds of dollars they sometimes don’t have, and often are only used for one semester.