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New Report: Students Prefer the Campus Store; Faculty Influence is Huge

The campus store continued to hold the top spot for both purchases and rentals of course materials during the fall 2015 semester.

According to Student Watch™, the industry leading survey, 82% of students purchased at least one course material from the campus store, up from 68% a year ago, and 58% rented there. Amazon was the closest competitor, with frequency of rentals through Amazon showing marked growth at 33%, up from 28% a year ago.

The influence of faculty over student acquisition is surprisingly powerful, including which course materials they acquire, which they don’t, and where they shop for them; 34% didn’t acquire at least one course material because their instructor said it wasn’t needed. Read more.

Customized Consulting Services: Exactly what your store ordered for achievable, sustainable growth

My store has gone through a challenging situation and indiCo provided an incredible amount of knowledge, support, and resources to prepare me and my store. indiCo is helping campus stores better understand, improve, and promote their value and remain self-operated."

Bryan Tuten, Director of Dowdy Student Stores
East Carolina University, Greeneville, NC

COURSE MATERIALS ENHANCEMENTS:
Take a leadership role in textbook affordability on your campus with our expert recommendations and implementation of the digital, eCommerce, and other programs that are right for your students. Read more.

OPERATIONAL & SYSTEMS UPGRADES:
Improved software, hardware, and internal processes significantly impact your sales and efficiencies, especially when coupled with best-practice retailing strategies.
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Back in the Driver’s Seat


A number of institutions are choosing to take control of their campus stores again, transitioning from lease back to self-operation to respond to student needs and strengthen their school’s brand identity.

As administrators continually seek solutions to encourage retention and respond to student needs, many are recognizing the influential role played by the campus store in reflecting the mission and culture of their institution.

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NEW ARTICLE
Students Work, Get Help to Pay Their Debt

A significant number of college students – 39% -- say they currently have no student debt facing them upon graduation, according to the OnCampus Research Student Panel survey conducted in February 2016. While the majority of students are accumulating some debt while in school, the amount for most remains fairly low; nearly one quarter of students owe less than $10,000. Another 21% owe between $10,000 and $30,000.

While students overwhelmingly cite tuition, housing, and living expenses as their top three cost challenges, most students also get some help with their bills. While nearly 100% own a smartphone, nearly half of them don’t pay their own mobile phone bill. More about student debt.