UCCS Bookstore Day One Access ProgramThe UCCS Bookstore is revolutionizing the way students access course materials through modern technology solutions and partnerships.
We have been working with your faculty and textbook publishers to deliver digital course materials at a significant savings off the market value of the traditional textbook.
What is Day One Access?Day One Access is a new textbook model that converts physical course materials into instantly accessible, totally interactive and adaptive digital content.
The UCCS Bookstore, publishers, and faculty collaborate to make the digital course material available to every student enrolled in a Day One course on (or before) the first day of class.
Because every student enrolled receives the digital course material, the publisher charges a lower bulk rate to the bookstore resulting in a lower retail price to the student.
Most of digital content includes adaptive learning platforms, like McGraw-Hill's Connect or other access codes you may have purchased for previous courses.
How it works...Students will receive access to the digital course material through Blackboard/Canvas on the first day of class.The charge will be automatically billed to the student's university tuition account.Students can request to opt-out by Census Day and will a refund to their tuition account after Census Date.FAQ:How much does Day One Access cost?Prices will vary depending on the course materials chosen by your instructor.
Most Day One Access prices are lower than the cost to access the material directly through the publisher
and averages a cost savings upwards of 60% off the price of a new print textbook.
How am I billed for Day One Access?You will see a charge on your tuition account from the bookstore on or before campus releases funds to students (typically two weeks prior to the start of the term).
There is nothing tangible to purchase from the bookstore, you will receive access to the digital course material from your instructor on the first day of class
What does it mean to opt-out?Students can opt out (which means they don’t pay for anything, but lose all access to the materials, including homework tools).
Please keep in mind that “opting out” means access to these materials will be turned off and students will need to find a way to complete assignments. Students MUST opt out no later than: Course drop deadline for full fall, spring and summer semesters; the second day of classes for intensive (less than two weeks) courses.
What if I chose to opt-out, but changed my mind?You can opt in and out of the material as many times as you like up until Census Date.
After that point, we can work with the publisher to get you reconnected with the digital course material.
Send us an email at email@example.com or stop by the UCCS Bookstore and ask for Sally Greene for Day One Access assistance.
What if I drop the course? Can I still get a full refund?If you drop your course by Census Date, you will receive a refund for the digital course material after Census Datw.
Courses dropped beyond Census Date are not eligible for refunds.
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