Answered By: James Buczynski
Last Updated: Nov 28, 2017     Views: 181

Seneca Libraries' textbook collection offers textbook loans as a courtesy to students. By design, it is not meant to replace the purchase of required textbooks. The library purchases one copy of each text in use during day division courses. Courses with large numbers of sections, by exception, may have more than one copy of a text on reserve at Seneca Libraries' discretion.

Faculty, if your course has three or more sections the library will accept one donated extra copy of the required course text. The library cannot accept multiple copies however, and there are no exceptions for College bookstore course-text-unavailability issues.

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