New tech-based model offers students low flat-rate with more than 50 percent savings for full year of materials 

textbooks-campus-technologyWith the spiraling cost of course materials burdening both students and schools, Rafter, a course materials management company, yesterday announced Rafter360™ –a new tech-based solution that enables a textbooks-in-tuition model for any campus.

After students register for their courses, they are automatically provided 100 percent of their required materials for day one of class, ultimately saving them money, says the company. Two colleges currently using Rafter360, Thomas More College in Kentucky and...

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