Student Textbooks Collection

About the Academic Support Advisory Committee

The Academic Support Advisory Committee (ASAC) is a committee within OARS (Office of Academic Resources and Services) composed of CU Anschutz health sciences student representatives from each of the professional programs at CU Anschutz serving as financial liaisons on Student Senate. The group advises and supports the library in providing services to students. The  $75 Academic Support Fee (per student enrolled term) supports maintaining, developing, upgrading, and enhancing library resources for students, both on-site and remote; online instruction and learning management systems (such as Canvas); and the student information and records system and its interactive web delivery (for example – registration).

The Student Textbooks Collection 

These textbook titles are on reserve and available for checkout from the customer service desk on the 1st floor of the library--ask our friendly desk staff for information anytime. These textbook titles are managed as part of course reserves with 2 copies for checkout on most titles; 3 copies are provided for a few titles. 

View early versions and prototypes of fun commercials to promote the Academic Support Fee-funded textbook collection.


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For ETA and further details, please call the library's Service Desk, 303-724-2152.

Suggest an Item

Thank you for recommending resources for the Health Sciences Library's collection. We rely on Health Sciences faculty, staff, and students for suggestions regarding their information needs. You may submit your request electronically below, or you may complete and print this form and deliver it to the library's circulation or information desk, or send it via campus mail to Mail Stop A-003.

If you are a CU Anschutz student and have recommendations for titles, please contact Paul Andrews, Collection Development Technician. Fill out the request form below to suggest textbooks and other materials to purchase for the Student Textbooks Collection.

If you require materials for more immediate, personal use, and do not want us to consider adding them to the library's permanent collection, please visit our Interlibrary Loan web page, or call (303) 724-2111 concerning an Interlibrary Loan request.

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