How to Find Cheap College Textbooks

On August 26, 2008, in public relations, by Barbara Nixon

[Cross-posted from Making Connections: Facebook & Beyond :: a blog for my First Year Experience students at Georgia Southern University]

With the cost of college textbooks spiraling upward, it’s good to know that there are still some good sources of (relatively) inexpensive textbooks. Christopher S. Penn, host of the Financial Aid Podcast, shares his best tips for finding these books in the appropriately titled “How to Find Cheap College Textbooks.”


Thanks, Christopher S. Penn and Edvisors, for providing these ideas for students — and their parents!

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4 Responses to How to Find Cheap College Textbooks

  1. Sleep Aid says:

    ;.’ I am really thankful to this topic because it really gives up to date information ;:,

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