Unused study material or books

We live in a world were access to higher education is more important than ever. Sadly, all too often the cost of higher education can be a prohibitive factor. As student council, the ASR firmly believes that higher education should be accessible to students from all layers of society. Therefore, we do our best to ensure that students have to pay as little as possible.

One of the initiatives we sponsor to keep higher education affordable is the ‘Hotline for Unused Course Material. In order to make sure that our students have to spend as little as possible on course books, the ASR has created a hotline where students can report course material that they were obliged to buy, but they did not really use throughout the year.

So, if you had to buy books or other course material you did not really use, please report the course (and the course material) in question by filling out the form below. As student council, we guarantee full anonymity for all whistleblowers. Your report(s) will be processed anonymously and used to make sure that future students do not have to go through the same ordeal.

Of course, the more responses we get about a specific course, the easier it is for us to correct any malfeasance. Therefore, we urge all students to report trouble as soon as it arises and to ask others in the same situation to file additional reports (just refer your fellow students to this page). The more a problem course gets reported, the quicker we will be able to act. You can make a difference!

You can fill out the form below. Just leave your contact details and the problem you spotted behind in the dedicated boxes below. If something is not completely clear, then do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to help.

Your email address, preferably no @student.odisee.be or @student.kuleuven.be:

Your programme:

The course:

The study material that isn't used during the course:

Please fill in every field of this form.

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