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Bookstore credit allows a student to purchase textbooks and necessary supplies by charging these purchases to student's account. A student account is established for you by the university when you first apply. Students who have more financial aid than their cost of tuition and fees may have this charge covered by financial aid once it disburses. Students without financial aid or who have other 3rd party funding for books (employer, workforce agency, etc.) may also use this program.
Bookstore credits are available each semester during the dates published on the website.
Students are eligible for the Bookstore Credit Program if they are enrolled in courses, have authorized the university to place a book and supply charge on their student account, and do not have any active holds on their student account.
Student may purchase textbooks and necessary supplies only. Supplies include, but are not limited to, study guides, supplemental texts, workbooks, notebooks, notepaper or pads, pens, pencils, art/drawing supplies and calculators. Items that cannot be purchased with bookstore credit include clothing, mugs, food, mass market books (unless designated as a course text) and other items not necessary for course work.