The Manor College Bookstore
- Bookstore News
- Textbook Rentals
- Refund Policy
Book information is also available in the Student Portal.
Subject to change without notice.
Textbooks, as well as other merchandise, may be purchased using Visa, Mastercard, Discover, personal checks, cash or Financial Aid voucher.
Manor College Bookstore is institutionally owned and operated by Manor College. All Bookstore staff members are employees of the College. Net revenue after all expenses is retained by Manor as a contribution to the general operating fund.
If you drop or change a course, you may return the textbook(s) for a full refund if:
- You have an original cash register receipt
- You return the book(s) by the end of drop add
- Do not write or mark in your book(s) or open any packages until you are certain you will use them. Book(s) must be in new condition and original wrapping
- You have an appropriate drop notice
- If You Purchased the Wrong Book: Present register receipt and textbook in its original condition within 7 days of purchase for exchange only of incorrect text for correct text.
- Cash purchase, cash will be refunded
- Credit card purchase, the refund will be credited to the came credit card account
- Check purchase, cash will be refunded after 10 business days from the date of purchase
- Financial aid purchase, refunds must be credited back to the original source of financial aid
The Bookstore conducts used book buybacks at the end of each semester. Dates will be posted around campus and on the bookstore website. The Best time to sell your books is during finals. Remember, finals, buyback.
During “Buy Back”, we pay 50 percent of the original cost for books that meet the following criteria:
- The textbook has been selected , buy the faculty, for the upcoming term
- The book is in good condition and the current edition and have not been heavily marked
- The book is not a fill- in or tear out type
- Quantity purchased has not exceeded demand for the next term
If a book does not fit the above criteria, it is considered a wholesale book. The price you receive for a wholesale book is determined by national demand.
Books having no market value will not be bought back. Examples of these are old editions, damaged books, workbooks, lab manuals, heavily marked books and liquid damaged books.