Textbooks can be expensive. Renting text books is an affordable option and you don’t have to worry about spending a lot of money on a book you will only use once. Many of these places give you the option to rent, buy, or purchase after renting. Of course, we recommend that really important books you purchase (like desk references or anthologies that you may need for other classes). It’s worth it.
Need financial assistance in purchsing/renting books? Visit: Dr. Wanda Mitchell Book Scholarship Program
This scholarship fund, part of the Diversity Initiatives Fund, is designed to provide students with financial assistance in the purchase of textbook supplies.
Below is a list of text book rental places that were in the top 10 list of places to rent books based on toptenreviews.com’s annual review:
Have a Kindle, iPad, Nook or other eReader? Many of these also offer eTextbooks. Other resources that can be read on your device or on your Mac or PC include: