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September 2010

Expanded Textbook Reserve Program Assists SE Students

 

Southeastern Oklahoma State University is once again offering the Textbook Reserve Program in an effort to meet the needs of its students.

This third-year program is designed to help offset the financial burden imposed on students by making available – free of charge -- required textbooks for basic courses.

All students who are enrolled for the fall 2010 semester are eligible to participate in the program. The textbooks for students on the Durant campus are located in the Henry G. Bennett Memorial Library. Inquiries should be made at the circulation desk. The textbooks may be checked out from the library staff at the front desk during regular hours, which are 7:30 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Friday; 1-5 p.m., Saturday;and 3-10 p.m., Sunday.

Students must have valid Southeastern identification, and books may be checked out for room use only. Textbooks may be checked out for a two-hour period, but may not be removed from the library or be checked out overnight.

Sharon Morrison, SE Library director, encourages students to check the Textbook Reserve Program (TRP) website www.se.edu/lib/trp for textbook availability. Students can check by course number, course title or faculty name. For more information, call Morrison at 580-745-3172 or smorrison@se.edu.

This year the program has been expanded to make select textbooks available for students at the SE-McCurtain County campus and for SE students at the Ardmore Higher Education Center. For specific information about the program in Ardmore, call Jennifer Amendolea at 580-220-2871, and for more information about the McCurtain County campus program, call Rachel Seach at 580-376-5211.

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