Textbook savings for HCC students - Baltimore Sun

In the past year, Howard Community College has made an effort to offer low-cost (no more than $50) and zero-cost textbooks to students. For the first time, as students register for the spring 2020 semester, they can see which course sections use zero- or low-cost textbooks. So far, there are 99 zero-cost textbook sections and 36 low-cost sections, which resulted in about $365,800 in savings last spring.



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