What is the Follett Access Program?
The Follett Access program at Nunez ensures that all students will begin the spring semester with all of the resources they will need to be successful. Students will have immediate, reliable, and affordable access to any textbooks and instructor-required course supplies.
Traditionally enrolled students will receive all of their course textbooks and supplies free of charge in the spring semester of 2023. However, military veterans receiving financial aid on the GI Bill, dual enrollment students, or students who have other sources of aid that cover the cost of textbooks and supplies will also benefit from the program. They will receive all of their textbooks and supplies by paying a flat rate of $24.50 per each credit hour in which they are enrolled. For example, a military veteran student enrolled in 12 credit hours will pay a total of $294.00 for all of their textbooks and required course supplies for the semester no matter what the individual cost of each item is.
Important Note: All students should monitor their Nunez email accounts, as well as Canvas, for important messages from Follett concerning the Access program, including announcements of when any supplies are ready for pickup in the Nunez bookstore.
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All Nunez students will be automatically enrolled in the program this spring semester. They will receive their textbooks digitally in Canvas, and any supplies their instructors require for their courses will be available for pickup in the Nunez bookstore. Students will be informed when that time comes.
I am a military veteran, a dual enrollment student, or a student with currently available funding to pay for my textbooks and supplies. How will I pay the $24.50 charge per credit hour?
Your student fee bill will be charged, and the subscription cost for participating in the program will be paid through your source of aid.
Absolutely nothing except sign up for Spring classes as soon as possible.
If your instructor requires supplies that are necessary for successfully completing a course, these supplies will be made available through the program. For example, if you are a Welding major in a course that requires you to have personal protective equipment (PPE), such as gloves and goggles, those materials will be provided to you through the Follett Access program.
To purchase any items that are not covered by the program(I.E. pens, paper, bookbags, etc.), please see the Follett Bookstore at: https://www.bkstr.com/southlouisianaccstore/home
At this time, the Follett Access program at Nunez Community College is only a pilot program for the Spring semester of 2023.