The Academic Studio - Student Success Center Textbook Lending service provides qualified Career and Technical Education students (attending Central Campus) with textbooks and materials needed to be successful.
Initial Eligibility: The CTC Textbook Lending service is federally funded by the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act and supports financially and academically qualified students with a major/concentration in Career and Technical Education AAS degrees or certificate programs. The service does not support General or Interdisciplinary studies programs, or transfer programs that lead to Bachelor's degrees. Core curriculum courses directly related to AAS or certificate programs are supported if listed on an eligible student's official degree plan.
Service Requirements: After meeting initial eligibility requirements, students must meet all of the following criteria:
Documentation: All documentation must be submitted together. Only completed application packets will be considered. A completed application packet includes all of the following:
Priorities for Funding: Students with completed application packets who meet all eligibility criteria will be prioritized for funding on the following criteria:
*Meeting eligibility and program requirements does not guarantee textbooks will be issued. Books are available on a first come, first served basis.
Book returns: Students awarded assistance must return textbooks after final exams or upon dropping the course. Failure to do so will result in an administrative registration hold on the student’s account.
Applications for Textbook Lending and Childcare Assistance will open July 24 for the Fall semester.