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Partnership in Action:
Hocking College & Cengage Unlimited Institutional
Dr. Betty Young, President, Hocking College, explains how her community college partnered with Cengage to launch Cengage Unlimited college-wide.
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Cengage Unlimited In the News
Cengage announced that its new subscription service, Cengage Unlimited, has sold one million subscriptions in just seven months of commercial availability.
As part of its efforts to increase affordable access to textbooks, the University of Missouri System will be offering Cengage Unlimited subscriptions to all students enrolled in Cengage courses beginning in January 2019.
Liberty University is adding Cengage Unlimited subscriptions to its affordable course materials program, which saves Liberty students $975 annually on course materials.
Ultimate Medical Academy, an accredited nonprofit healthcare educational institution, is giving its thousands of students across the nation subscriptions to Cengage Unlimited, the first-of-its-kind subscription service for higher education course materials.
Cengage CEO Michael Hansen sat down with Alex Steiniger from The Morning Blend to discuss Cengage Unlimited, the first-of-its-kind digital learning subscription service that is revolutionizing the way college students acquire, access and use higher education learning materials.
The cost of textbooks can be a burden for students, but Warren County Community College says a new program will help ease it.
Survey reveals minority students are disproportionately impacted, students sacrifice food for textbooks.
“This is an amazing program that will provide students with a one-time annual fee for online course ‘books’ and other related materials,” said Dr. Will Austin, President of WCCC, located in rural Washington Township, New Jersey.
Cengage, the publisher and technology company, is introducing a subscription service that will enable students to access Cengage’s entire digital portfolio for one set price, no matter how many products they use.
New Cengage subscription gives students unlimited access to course materials for one price.
Cengage partners with Phi Theta Kappa Foundation to offer free Cengage Unlimited subscriptions for the 2018/19 academic year. The deadline to apply is May 15, 2018.
Michael Hansen, CEO of Cengage, joined Doug Krizner from the World Economic Forum in Davos to discuss the message on education that he wants to deliver to the conference. He went on to the costs of learning materials and the advantages digital platforms offer.
Cengage CEO Michael Hansen discusses his new business model that provides a subscription service for college students to purchase textbooks at a less expensive price.
This fall, Cengage, America's second-largest textbook publisher, is starting its new subscription service, which will be offered to students at $120 a semester or $180 for the entire year.
Access Means Attainment
Student attrition costs the average institution $7.9 to $13.3 million dollars per year. Capturing a student’s attention on day one is crucial, but it requires the right mix of technology, content and services. With Cengage Unlimited, you’ll have it - institution-wide.
Affordable, Unlimited Learning
This first-of-its-kind unlimited subscription service marries the quality and breadth of Cengage’s entire collection of digital learning platforms, ebooks, online homework and study tools with the ease, scalability and seamless delivery your institution needs.
We are committed to providing our Cengage Institutional Partners with exceptional service. From hands-on help getting courses up and running, to just-in-time support throughout the term, we’ll deliver successful integration from start to finish.
Webinar - Building More On-Ramps to Education: Access for All
Hosted by Inside Higher Education, join Dr. Jenny Billings, Professor and Chair of the English Department at Rowan Cabarrus Community College, Michael Hansen, CEO of Cengage, and George Miller, Senior Education Advisor at Cengage, for a rich discussion on how to enable access to education for more students, providing every aspiring learner with opportunity.
Empowered Students and Faculty
"I think this will change student’s minds about school and they will actually invest in the proper requirements for their courses instead of not passing because they simply can't afford the proper materials.”
“My view is any way college students can save money is awesome. College students work, have children... with this plan people can earn their degrees and reach their desires,dreams and goals!”
“The ability to access my materials and more anytime anywhere on my devices. Also getting to save money on overly costly textbooks.”
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