Library, student government hoping for solution to expensive book prices - Grace Stark , Daily Toreador

“Some of the results were very humbling to say the least,” John Michael Getz, SGA vice president of graduate affairs, said. “Some people contributed a poor grade in their class to not being able to afford the textbook. That is an awful burden for any student to have.” Some of the students have faced even greater challenges than not fully learning everything there is to learn in their class. The survey found Tech students are struggling to pay for their textbooks in addition to the known expenses of pursuing higher education, he said.


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