McGraw-Hill Access Expiration Message

McGraw-Hill Access Expiration Message

If your course utilizes McGraw-Hill eText and you see a message stating that your access is expiring, please use the information below to renew your access.

The McGraw-Hill access licenses are typically valid for 180 days at a time. If you see the message below, it's likely because you took a class in the past that utilized this resource and your first license is expiring soon.
Students simply need to click “yes, renew access” to extend the license another 180 days.

Once your license with McGraw-Hill is renewed you will be able to access your eText again.
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