There’s a new digital subscription that disrupting the textbook model to provide college students a more accessible, affordable education.
Going to college is constantly getting more expensive. In addition to tuition, room and board, textbooks are a major expense with skyrocketing prices at an average of $1,200 per year. A recent survey found that 85% of financial stress.
According to Cengage CEO Michael Hansen, 43% of students skip a meal a day to afford college textbooks.
Engage Unlimited allows students to access materials the way the access music. With a Netflix-like subscription for only $180 a year, students have easy access to required course material.
The age-old excuse of not getting homework done is out the window with this new, versatile technology.
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