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Do you support the proposed Universal Book Program?

A referendum proposed by Jude Kiah, director of the University Union Bookstore, would require students to pay a flat rate, per semester hour, to be provided with all the textbooks for required for enrolled classes. The fee will be no greater than $20 per semester hour and cannot be opted out. Students enrolled in classes that don't require textbooks would still have to pay the fee. If the books are lost or damaged, students would be charged 50 percent of the listed price for the damaged or lost book. The program wouldn't be implemented until the fall of 2016. The books provided to students would be on a rental basis. Read more about the referendum:

Total Votes: 352