Action Plan for Affordable Textbooks Report Release


In fight for more affordable education, look to core classes



U.S. PIRG and the CALPIRG chapter at UCLA are releasing an investigative report entitled Open 101: an Action Plan for Affordable Textbooks.  Against the high cost of college textbooks in core and introductory courses on college campuses, it compares traditional textbook costs, digital books bundled with access codes, and open textbooks accessed for free online.  The analysis includes new data about online access codes and other materials that have contributed to textbook prices rising more than three times the rate of inflation in the past decade.



Jamie Kennerk, CALPRIG State Board Chair, Textbooks Campaign coordinator

Divya Sharma, USAC Academic Affairs Commissioner

Aaron Boudaie, USAC Financial Supports Commissioner

Emily Fieberling, UCLA Senior Sharing personal story



Thursday, January 25th, 2018 at 11AM



In front of Powell Library, UCLA campus

University Library, 120S Election Walk, UCLA, UCLA CA 90095

Metered parking available UCLA Parking Structure 4



Large signs, Students with posters, Students collecting signatures for giant receipt


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CALPIRG Students is an independent statewide student organization that works on issues like environmental protection, consumer protection, and hunger and homelessness.

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