Looking for your textbooks? The easiest way to find your textbooks at the Carleton Bookstore is through Carleton Central. There’s a link in Carleton Central titled “Purchase Books”, found under Registration. Clicking that link will take you to the Bookstore website and automatically show you the course materials for every class you’re registered in. You can also look for courses directly through the Bookstore website.
Not seeing any books? Be alerted when your course materials are available! If nothing is currently showing for a course on the Bookstore website, you can set up a notification to be alerted once they know what materials are required.
A few other things to note:
- The Carleton Bookstore also offers digital textbooks – no shipping needed!
- The Carleton Bookstore is still offering textbook rentals remotely. They’ll ship the book to you, and you send it back at the end of the rental period.
- The Carleton Bookstore still have used textbooks at up to 25% off, but supplies are often limited – look for them before they’re gone!
- The Carleton Bookstore is offering curbside pickup on orders, just request it in the “Special Instructions” textbox under delivery method when placing your order.
- When university safety procedures allow, we will be opening up the store (while respecting physical distancing requirements) in the fall, and are working on the details now.
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