About the program
The Quarterly Textbook Program provides students at Lake Tahoe Community College access
to textbooks purchased by Equity, EOPS, CARE, CalWORKs, VTEA/CTE, and Veteran programs. Students
affiliated with a student support program have priority access to quarterly textbooks from when they register for classes up through the first week
of classes. Quarterly textbooks become available to all LTCC students beginning the
second week of classes. Books are available on a first come, first served basis, while
supplies last. The Library is not able to purchase textbook access codes for individual
students. Please note: reserve copies of most textbooks are available for 2-hour usage
in the Library.
Textbook requests can be submitted online: bit.ly/LTCCtextbookrequest
Questions? Please contact the Library at x232, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or ask at the library desk.
The fine print
By submitting a textbook request, students agree to the following Terms and Conditions as specified in the above link:
"Quarterly textbooks are the property of Lake Tahoe Community College. I agree to return borrowed materials to the library in good, reusable condition. No writing, highlighting, water damage, and/or physical damage to the cover, pages, or binding allowed.
Quarterly textbooks are due on or before the last Friday of each quarter, OR within 2 days of dropping a class. Overdue quarterly textbooks are subject to late fines.
If I return a damaged or unusable book, and/or if I lose a quarterly textbook, I agree to purchase a replacement copy of the current edition of the textbook.
I understand it is my responsibility to abide by these terms and conditions. Failure to do so may result in an academic hold and blocked registration of my student account.
If I have any questions about the Quarterly Textbook Program, it is my responsibility to contact my student support program (EOPS, CARE, CalWorks, Equity, Veterans, VTEA/CTE) and/or the Library (email@example.com or ext. 232)."
Contact the appropriate program representative below and fill out an application to qualify for priority access to quarterly textbooks:
For students who are educationally and economically disadvantaged.
Contact: Julie-Ann Gilland in Enrollment Services (A102), (530) 541-4660 x 236, firstname.lastname@example.org
- EQUITY Program
For Latino students (or other racial minority groups) or current/former foster youth who are first generation, low income (receives the Promise Grant (formerly known as the BOG fee waiver), and working towards a degree, certificate or transfer goal.
Contact: Laura Salinas in the Equity Office (A258), (530) 541-4660 x 549, email@example.com
- Veterans and Dependents
To receive DVA benefits, you must be enrolled in a program leading to a certificate, Associate of Arts degree, or classes appropriate for transfer. Students must also maintain a 2.0 GPA or better.
Contact: Aaron Barnett in Enrollment Services (A102), (530) 541-4660 x 211, firstname.lastname@example.org
- VTEA/CTE – Career & Technical Education
For students who are on a BOG tuition fee waiver and are currently enrolled in at least one CTE course.
Contact: Jamie Rhone in the CTE Department (E104), (530) 541-4660 x 583, email@example.com