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Simple Plan Provides Textbooks On First Day of Class

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The days of going to the college book store to buy textbooks are over. Students order their books online now and while a quick internet search can provide the least expensive option, sometimes students purchase the wrong edition or experience a shipment delay. This leads to frustration and perhaps even falling behind in class. Additionally, more students are choosing digital textbooks. Now MNU’s college store, The Merc, is offering new solutions to help students get the right textbooks on time and for the best price.

Easy Text logoEasy Text, a convenient option for students that provides the correct digital textbook on the first day of class. Launches this fall and allows students to use financial aid to pay for the books. The digital textbooks will be electronically linked in students’ electronic course module, for hassle-free use. 

Easy Text ensures MNU is offering course materials at the best price possible via a digital platform. Additionally, these materials are conveniently payable through the student’s account. The student may still opt-out of the program if they want to acquire the text through other means. 

“This solution adds immediate value to the students,” says Nikos Kellepouris, Merc manager. “Among many benefits, students will have a trusted source for low-cost course materials, options to choose what they want and be prepared for academic success on the first day of class.”

The Merc will maintain its current online bookstore solution for students who prefer physical textbooks and want to use financial aid dollars.
 

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