Our bookstores are managed by Barnes & Noble and offer a wide selection of textbooks, supplies, study aids, clothing and gifts. Various snack and drink items are also available, in addition to ATMs.
Barnes & Noble offers an in-store and online rental textbook program, a full selection of used, new and digital textbooks, Open Education Resources courseware and a new price matching program. You also have the option to choose between various common course material formats.
Once registration is complete, print out your schedule and either visit a campus bookstore or go online to purchase textbooks.
Inclusive Access is a new textbook model where cost of the textbook/digital content is included as an additional course charge on your schedule and fee statement. You will have access to the textbook/digital content on the first day of class. Learn more about Inclusive Access.
Returns and Refunds
See our returns and refunds page for information on how to return textbook, electronics and other general merchandise.
Sell your textbooks back to the bookstore during buyback. We encourage you to sell them early for the most cash back.
You are not under any obligation to purchase a textbook from a university-affiliated bookstore. The same textbook may also be available from an independent retailer, including an online retailer.
Updated October 19, 2017