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10CThe Daily Tar HeelMonday. August 23, 1982
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Books are purchased year-round dur
ing regular store hours.
1. One-haff of retail price is given on
cloth bound books in good condition
and one-third on paperbacks that are in
good condition if information of their in
tended reuse has been received from the
Exceptions: If a new edition has been
announced, or large stock is on hand,
the purchase price is adjusted.
2. Books no longer used, and books used
at other schools are purchased at top
Conditions determing the buy back
value of books are:
1. The instructor has dropped book ana
it will not be used next semester.
2.Publisher has new edition and old ed
tion has ho value.
3 Book store is now overstocked and
more books than will be needed next
4, Instructor has not indicated he will use
book next semester.
5. Book is too ragged and too poor con
dition to be resold.
1. To receive 100 refund on books purchased
during the first two weeks of classes, books
should be returned within this two week period.
Books should be in same condition as when pur
chased and accompanied by cash register receipt.
Last day for returning books purchased in first
two weeks is September 3, 1982.
2. After this two week period you may return a
book up to one day past the dropadd period, pro
viding, you have dropped the course. You must
have a cash register receipt and dropadd slip, and
books must be in the same condition as when you
purchased. Last day for returning books when you
drop the course is October 2, 1982.
3. Books purchased after the first two weeks and
up to four weeks before the first day of exams can
only be returned two business days following pur
chase date for a full refund. Books should be in the
same condition as when purchased and accom
panied with cash register receipt. Last day for
returns in November 8, 1982. .
4. Books purchased during the last four weeks of
class are non-refundable. No returns after Novem
ber 8, 1982.
5. The textbook manager will consider granting ex
ceptions to the above in the case of illness, when
documented by the student health services, and
in the case of death in the immediate family, pro
vided that such illness or death prevents meeting
As soon as you are
registered and have your
class tickets, come to the se
cond floor and we'll have
someone to help you select
HOVTO FIND THE; RIGHT BOOK:
Textbooks are shelved by departments in
numerical order e.g., Chem. 11. Chem. 21. etc.
The department maps will guide you. to the area.
Each textbook is identified by a label on the shelf
giving the course number and title of the book. Be
sure to check the book with the label to see if you
have the right one.
You can sau up t
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but shop early-iuey
1 sell out tests
Buy your textbooks as soon as your
class schedule is final in order to avoid
the rush and better your chances of get
ting a used book, if available. If you wait
too long all the books for the course may
be sold out and you will have to wait for
another shipment which takes from 10 to
12 days. Keep your cash register receipt,
you may need it later.
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8:00 am-9:00 pm-Aug. 23-26
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