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TEXTBOOK INFORMATION CAN AND DOES CHANGE DAILY.  THE BOOKSTORE IS NOT RESPONSIBLE IF YOU USE INFORMATION ON THIS SITE TO PURCHASE TEXTBOOKS ELSEWHERE AND THEY ARE INCORRECT.

IF YOU ARE PURCHASING TEXTBOOKS LISTED UNDER THE HEADER "FROM THE WEB" IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE THAT YOU ARE ORDERING THE CORRECT EDITION AND ALL ANCILLARY PIECES THAT YOU MAY NEED ARE INCLUDED.

As a service to our customers, comparison prices from Amazon, Half.com and Abesbooks are shown on our website.

If you choose to purchase your course materials from one of these vendors, any problems or issues you may have with your order are the responsibility of the individual seller (not the Campus Bookstore).


If a book is listed as out of stock, you can't order the book at this time, please check back later.

 

If you order a book under the heading "From the Warehouse", it is an ebook NOT a physical textbook.  You will not be mailed anything, an email will be sent to you with instructions explaining how to access your ebook.  

If you do not get an email after placing an order for an ebook, please contact customer service at help@redshelf.com or call 888-622-9838.

 

Used books do not come with access codes.  If a book is listed as "ABC TITLE W/ACCESS" (or similar wording) the new book will include an access code, the used book WILL NOT.

                       

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