Our Impact

Data Highlights Spring 2023

$143 M
Student Savings: Since ALG's inception in FY 2014-2015, USG-sponsored textbook affordability programs have saved students more than $143 million. Textbook Transformation Grants: $119 million; eCore and eMajor: $24.8 million
1.1 M
Students Affected: Our student savings have affected more than 1.1 million student course enrollments. Textbook Transformation Grants: 806,000 enrollments; eCore and eMajor: 333,000 enrollments
Projects Funded: All 26 USG institutions have participated in ALG's grant program, with more than 800 applications received and over 600 funded projects.

Inside our institutions

  • At Georgia State University, ALG grants have affected over 120,000 students, the most of any USG institution. Kennesaw State University and Georgia Highlands College follow in second and third.
  • As of spring 2023, Georgia Highlands College had saved students the most money of any institution -- approximately $14.9 million.
  • The five institutions with the most no- or low-cost sections are: Georgia State University (4203), University of West Georgia (2657), University of Georgia (2498), University of North Georgia (1360), and Columbus State (1268).

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For questions about ALG’s savings data and grant reports, please contact Jeff Gallant at affordablelearninggeorgia@usg.edu.