You are responsible for purchasing required textbooks and supplies. The cost varies from semester to semester and from one program of study to another. Books and supplies are available from the ACC Bookstore as well as other outlets.
The ACC Bookstore is managed by Barnes & Noble, with locations at most campuses and online. Each offers a wide selection of textbooks in new, used, rental, and e-book format.
Some classes are located at a specific campus. The corresponding books and materials will be available at that campus bookstore.
If your class holds on-campus orientation, you can find your textbook at that campus bookstore. The Highland Campus bookstore stocks textbooks for Distance Learning classes that meet online only.
A student of this institution is not obligated to buy or rent a textbook from a college-affiliated bookstore. The same textbook may also be available from an independent retailer, including an online retailer.
Ask your bookstore about specific buy back policies. Generally, you can sell your textbook back at the end of the semester if it is in good condition and still required for ACC coursework.
A full refund on textbooks often is limited to the first week of class and requires proof of course withdrawal and the original receipt. Check your bookstore for details.
View HB 1096 at Texas Legislature Online.
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There are a few ways to view required and recommended textbooks for your classes. NOTE: Contact the instructional program if textbook information is not available for your class.
Click on the Textbooks link to the right of the course name in the course schedule.
View your required textbooks after you register.
Go to the online ACC Bookstore to create a customized textbook list using your course information.