eCampus.com, a leading Internet textbook retailer, has catapulted its textbook rental program into a major revenue contributor. Because of an expanded rental list and high customer satisfaction for the textbook rental program, more college students are turning to eCampus.com for their textbook rental needs. "We are very pleased with the feedback we have received from our textbook rental Continue Reading about Textbook Rentals Flying Out The Door
Textbooks.com, a leader in selling college textbooks online, proclaimed it is has added textbook rentals to the options provided to college students. Textbooks.com already offers students the biggest choice of carefully reviewed used textbooks, and now book rentals, bringing unparalleled savings to college students. There is no other online textbook retailer that can match the savings for campus Continue Reading about Textbooks.com Launches Textbook Rental
eCampus.com Pays Cash To Students For Renting Textbooks eCampus.com is proud to introduce the eCampus.com Entourage, a brand ambassador program aimed at providing cash rewards to students for doing what they do anyway: renting, buying and selling textbooks. Students sign up for a free account at https://www.ecampusentourage.com and are given a unique code to use at eCampus.com. Each code is Continue Reading about Get paid to rent textbooks
With Pearson's new SuccessNet Plus K-12 learning management system, America's teachers can wield their centralized dashboard to bring together all the tools they need to personalize learning for every one of their students. SuccessNet Plus is the only K-12 platform that offers the unique combination of: Ready-to-use and customizable curriculum to meet class, school and district Continue Reading about Pearson’s New SuccessNet Plus Puts Teachers in the Driver’s Seat with a Fully Loaded Engine
As the semester end approaches, eCampus.com, America's full-service online textbook superstore, announces their expanded comprehensive textbook sell back list and increased sell back prices on thousands of titles. The online textbook buyback seasons begins as students exit classes and are looking to trade their books for needed cash. The past several online textbook buyback seasons have been Continue Reading about eCampus.com Prepares For Textbook Buyback Season
College readiness, the growth of online educational opportunities, e-textbooks vs. print, increasing academic competition: these are some of the critical issues facing today's more than 18 million students enrolled in higher education across the U.S. To help them succeed academically and in life, Pearson, the global leader in education, technology, and services, continues to work directly with Continue Reading about Textbook Panel for College Students
Incoming freshmen who enroll at George Fox University this fall will have a choice to make before they arrive on campus in August: iPad or MacBook? With Apple's unveiling of the iPad in January, George Fox, a Christian college in Oregon, has opted to give new students the option of choosing the new device or selecting its current offering, the Apple MacBook. For more than 20 years, George Fox Continue Reading about Christian College Offers Incoming Freshmen a Choice: iPad or MacBook
Is The Cost of College Really Worth It? According to the infographic posted on the eCampus Blog, tuition is rising at an average rate of 5.5% every year. Students at a public 2 year institution should expect to get the cheapest education, paying on average $ 2,713 for 1 year of classes. Private 4 year colleges come with the highest price tag, averaging around $ 37,000. This totals the cost of a 4 Continue Reading about Are the Costs of College and Student Debt Worth It?