Library Textbook Program

August 18th, 2017 - 11:00am

Are the rising cost of textbooks getting you down?  

Are the rising cost of textbooks getting you down? The librarians at COM have a solution to help with some of the more expensive textbooks. By partnering with faculty, staff, administrators, and your ASCOM representatives, the Library is now able to offer a lending copy of the proper textbook at no cost to students who enroll in these courses:

BIOL 100 – Nutrition

  • 80029 Agudelo-Silva
  • 80891 Agudelo-Silva

BIOL 110 – Introduction to Biology

  • 81389 Agudelo-Silva
  • 82394 Agudelo-Silva

BIOl 224 – Human Physiology

  • 80456 Brown

CHEM 114 – Introduction to Chemistry

  • 80470 Serafin
  • 80471 Kelly
  • 80472 Serafin
  • 81535 Serafin

CHEM 131 – General Chemistry I

  • 80473 Dunmire
  • 80474 Dunmire
  • 80475 Daubenmire

CHEM 132 – General Chemistry II

  • 80476 Daubenmire
  • 80477 Daubenmire

MATH 103 – Intermediate Algebra

  • 82716 Wang
  • 82264 Wang
  • 81975 Maojoudi
  • 81976 Lantzy
  • 82337 Lantzy

MATH 103A – Intermediate Algebra I

  • 81680 Zabihi

 

MATH 103B – Intermediate Algebra II

  • 81468 Ordin

 

MATH 109 – Pre-Calculus College Algebra and Trigonometry

  • 80359 Roderick

 

MATH 115 – Probability and Statistics

  • 82671 Young
  • 81061 Maojoudi

 

For class times and locations, please refer to the individual class listings in the Summer/Fall 2017 Class Schedule. Check back later this fall to view a list of courses participating in the Library Textbook Program for spring 2018.

Here’s how it works. Simply enroll in one of these sections and a librarian will visit your class on the first day of instruction to provide you with an authorization form and go over program details. All you have to do is take the signed authorization form to the Kentfield Library Circulation Desk to check out your copy of the textbook. Terms and conditions apply, so check with the library staff if you have any questions or concerns. You may reach our friendly librarians by email at askalibrarian@marin.edu or by telephone at (415) 485-9475.