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Deadline: Spring course material requisitions due Today

Believe it or not, it’s time to start preparing for the Spring 2016 academic sessions, and a critical step in that preparation is gathering textbook and course material requisitions from faculty.

The requisition deadline is Oct. 16. The timely submission of this information allows staff more time to research more affordable used textbooks and to secure additional titles for the rental textbook program. It also allows online posting of the textbook information to ensure compliance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act.

Textbook and course material requisitions will be processed through the Campus Hub online system. The following links will assist you in the requisition process:

Requisition Instructions

Campus Hub Requisition Site

Requisition FAQ

Please note that the JagStore team needs to know even if you do not intend to use a textbook. Just use the option that indicates that no textbooks are required for the course. Also, please list any “suggested reading” titles as optional.

For questions, please contact Michelle Neely, retail operations manager, or Lanny Williams, textbook coordinator, at 706-737-1611.

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