This Activist Toolkit provides the basic tools to run strong campaigns and win victories for students and the public interest.
Download this resource for everything you need to know to organize a Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week on your campus.
Since professors are in charge of selecting textbooks, their choices determine how much students pay. Cost is just one of many factors that go into textbook adoptions, but following these guidelines could help reduce costs for students.
This detailed guidebook explains the advantages of open textbooks and then lays out specific ways that your college can promote open books. This piece is great to give to librarians, administrators, and other VIPs.
Our organizing toolkit for student governments and other student leaders provides instructions and tips on how to bring open textbooks to your campus.
Running a campus food pantry is a significant undertaking that requires careful planning and a dedicated team of leaders and volunteers. This toolkit provides the resources that you need in order to create and operate a successful food pantry on… Read more
These series of factsheets highlights key tools colleges can use to start building a 100 percent clean, renewable energy-powered system.