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Supplement to The Tar Heel1 1
YES, WE WILL BE
1. One-half of retail price is given on
books classified as text book and one
third on books classified as trade. Books
are to be in good condition and informa
tion and information of the book's in
tended reuse has been received from
2. Books no longer used, books used at
other schools and books that we have
ample stock on hand are purchased at
3. If a new edition has been announced
on a book, usually this book will not
fc have a resale value.
Conditions determining the buy back value
of books are:
1. Publisher has new edition and old
edition has no value.
2. Book store is now overstocked and has
more books than will be needed next
3. Instructor has not indicated he will use
book next semester.
4. Book is too ragged and too poor
condition to be resold.
FALL SEMESTER 1987
1. Book(s) purchased the two weeks prior
to and durins the first two weeks of
classes must be returned within the first
two weeks of dasses to receive 100
refund. Book(s) must be in the same
condition as when purchased and ac
companied by a cash register receipt
and I.D. card. Last day for returning
2. After the first two weeks of class you may
return a book(s) up to one day past the
official 6-week drop period, provided
you have dropped the course. You must
have your cash register receipt; com
pleted drop slip and ID. card. BookCs)
must be in the same condition as when
purchased. Last day for returning
3. Book(s) purchased prior to four weeks
before the last day of exams, if not
covered by items 1 and 2, can only be
returned two business days following
the purchase date for a full refund.
BookCs) must be in the same condition as
when purchased and accompanied by a
cash register receipt and I.D. card. Last
day for returns is Nov. 10, 1987.
4. 6ook(s) purchased durins the last four
weeks of dasses or during final exams are
non-refundable. No returns after Nov.
5. The textbook manager will consider grant
ing exceptions to the above In case of
illness, when documented by the stud
ent health services, and in the case of
death in the Immediate family, provided
that such illness or death prevents meet-
. ing the requirements for the refund.
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As soon as you are registered
and have your class tickets,
come to the second floor and
someone will instruct you on
how to select your textbooks
AVOID THE RUSH
HOW TO FIND THE RIGHT BOOK:
Textbooks are shelved by depart
ments in numerical course 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, section number,
author and title of the book. Be sure
to check the book with the label to
see if you have the right one.
SAVE ON USED BOOKS
You can save up to
by buying a Used Book,
but shop early-they
sell out fast!
Buy your textbooks as soon as your
class schedule is final in order to avoid the
rush and better your chances of getting 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 1 0 to 1 2 days.
Keep your cash register receipt, you may
need it later.
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