You’ve just graduated and have boxes upon boxes of course materials. The books you loved, you’ll likely keep, but what about all the others? You can let them gather dust in an attic or cellar, of course, but wouldn’t it be much nicer if somebody else could make good use of them?
Being fresh out of varsity, you are intimately familiar with the curriculum you just completed and probably have quite a few friends that are either starting – or still completing – the same courses. Save them the hassle of having to scrounge for their own books and sell them yours. You will free up some space where you live, help out a fellow student as they’ll have the right book at the right price and make some money off of it as well.
The one drawback to this is that you are limiting yourself to your immediate environment. Maybe everybody’s got all they need already, meaning your books will go right back into those boxes for some more dust gathering. But what if somebody on the other side of the country has been desperately looking for that one copy of a book you happen to own?
A very nice solution would be to make your stuff available through a portal site like the Studenthub. They offer a buy, sell or rent books service to students anywhere that is simple to use and guarantee that your old things will become priced possessions again.
Have a book to sell? Get in touch with them, they will collect it from you, pay you for it and make it available for sale or rental to other students. It’s as transparent a system as it gets, you’ll get a fair prize and the hassle is minimal as you really don’t have to do anything else yourself.
Find out more about the Studenthub on their website and help spread the knowledge to those who need it!