10 Colleges Expect to Save Students Millions of Dollars on Textbooks - College Post

A collaboration between Rice University’s nonprofit publisher OpenStax and ten post-secondary institutions across the country is expected to turn out as a major money saver for their students in the next academic year. In this year’s cohort, Prairie View A&M University is the first historically black university to participate in the program. “We have a diverse group of students that come from different countries, ethnic backgrounds and socioeconomic groups,” said Yolander Youngblood, professor of biology at Prairie View A&M and an advocate for the university’s participation in the OpenStax program.



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