The Resource Pond through the Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence is designed for low-income and first-generation students from underrepresented backgrounds to help offset academic expenses by offering textbooks on loan.
The CMAE uses a public catalog created with LibraryThing.
Search the CMAE library catalog to see if we have a book for your class.
If the book is available, stop by the CMAE to check the book out.
Books, and other items, are loaned on a first-come first-served basis throughout the term.
We also have a limited number of TI-84 graphing calculators and iClickers for use.
Click the link below for books in our library:
Questions? Email email@example.com or call our front desk at 541-346-3479.
Other Textbook Resources
Materials that are on reserve are easy for students to access and have shortened loan periods. Course reserves include library and instructor-owned books, videos, audio recordings, and other relevant materials in support of classroom instruction. Check out the courses and reserve location.
CheapestTexbooks.com (buy, rent, or sell)
Duck Store (buy new or used)
Smith Family Bookstore (buy or sell used textbooks)
Ethnic Studies , 104 Alder Building
Contact to borrow books: firstname.lastname@example.org; 541-346-0900