College of Engineering Textbook Policy – Students MUST acquire the required textbook that is listed on the course syllabus for this course. The textbook must be acquired by the 10th class day. Students are not allowed to share textbooks with students who are currently registered in the same class. Failure to acquire (or show proof of purchase) the required textbook by the 10th class day will result in the student being administratively dropped from the course. The University will assess financial obligations for the course to the student as with any other dropped class according to the fee schedule as well as your financial aid may be affected.
If you are not financially able to purchase a required textbook for an engineering course prior to the 10th class day, you may apply to the College of Engineering Textbook Fund for a textbook voucher. The voucher can only be used at the Campus Bookstore. This voucher is a loan and must be paid back to the College of Engineering prior to the start of pre-registration for the coming semester. If the loan is not repaid, a hold will be placed on your account. Additional information and application materials can be obtained from the Assistant Dean’s Office (SR Collins Rm 349) and obtained online at the College of Engineering website under student resources.
This policy is only for students who have declared a major (Engineering, Computer Science, and/or Technology) in the Roy G. Perry College of Engineering.
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