Equitable Access (textbooks)

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Equitable Access is a program that provides every SDSU undergraduate student access to their required textbooks by the first day of class, all for $22 per credit. 

For example, if you are enrolled in 6 units/credits, you will be billed $132 for Equitable Access. The rate will be applied to your account shortly after registration occurs and will adjust accordingly if units/credits are added or dropped. The final amount will be due shortly after the add/drop date.

After registering for your courses, an Equitable Access rate will be listed on your my.SDSU (https://my.sdsu.edu/) self-service account. Payment for Equitable Access can be made via CASHnet through the payment options listed here (https://bfa.sdsu.edu/financial/student/Payment%20Options).

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  • Last Updated Aug 15, 2022
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  • Answered By Suzanne Maguire

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