Tuck Shoppe Rents Textbooks to Students
Starting this year, Covenant's bookstore, the Tuck Shoppe, is offering students the option of renting most textbooks, saving them up to 50% of book costs each semester. Mary Roberts '12 is among the students who have already taken advantage of the new system. "I rented my doctrine textbook and New Testament textbook," she says. "I would recommend it. You just have to remember to return them at the end of the semester."
"Our desire is for Covenant to continue offering a wide variety of choices in securing textbooks, and also to be sensitive to the changing demands of our students," said Tom Schreiner, director of auxiliary enterprises at Covenant.
Vice President of Student Development Brad Voyles is "thankful that this initiative will provide the opportunity for students to make choices on how best to steward their finances from semester to semester."
For more information on renting textbooks, visit the Tuck Shoppe online.