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Student Advocacy Center Textbook Collection

What is it?
It is a collection of textbooks selected for classes offered in workforce programs. These textbooks are purchased by the ACC Student Advocacy Center through a grant to assist certain student groups to gain access to required textbooks. The majority of ACC textbooks ARE NOT in this collection. Textbook Hold requests can only be made online and are processed on a first come, first served basis.

Books are in limited supply and students should not depend upon this source for their required textbook.

Search for your textbook in ACC's Student Advocacy Center Textbook Collection by using the drop down menu in the upper left. Select the Textbook Collection and then search by title, author, or ISBN

Find out who can check out books from ACC's Student Advocacy Center Textbook Collection.

Learn What Textbooks You Need

Use the following methods to find out which textbooks are required for your courses.

Consult ACC Self-Service

  • Go to MyACC.
  • Select My Textbooks from the right-hand options.

Ask Your Instructor

Don't know your instructor's contact info? Look it up in the ACC staff directory.

Check Your Course Syllabus

Instructors usually list the required textbooks for a course on the class syllabus. Consult your paper copy, or see if your instructor has posted a digital copy to Blackboard.

Go to any ACC bookstore

There are bookstores at the following campuses. Stop by or call for more information.

  • Highland: 512-473-2129
  • Riverside: 512-385-5727
  • Round Rock: 512-310-1761

Go to the Online Bookstore

Use the Customized Textbook List at the ACC Online Bookstore to look up the required textbooks for your classes. If you are registered, visit the following link to login and the textbook list will automatically populate with ordered textbooks for your classes: