Your university may offer "Inclusive Access Fees" and you're wondering what those are and how to pay for them. We're happy to help explain!
An inclusive access fee is a course material that can be accessed directly from the university on day one of the course. Beginning for the Fall 2019 terms, any inclusive access fees will be charged directly to your student account in the same way a tuition expense is charged. You won’t need to visit the bookstore to access these, and there’s no access code or voucher required. Your syllabus should list if these fees are utilized for your course.
In order to get these expenses paid for, you will not need to do anything as long as you have employer tuition assistance remaining! These expenses will not be eligible for reimbursement through standard methods. For anything else not included in an inclusive access fee (such as textbooks), you will still need to purchase those separately.