Barnes and Noble Bookstore
The Barnes & Noble bookstore will be closed on Friday, July 5, for routine maintenance, according to manager Erin Cave. They will re-open on Monday, July 8, at 9 a.m.
For more information contact Cave at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Barnes & Noble bookstore is moving to summer hours on Monday, May 6, according to manager Erin Cave. The store will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, and will be closed on weekends. For more information contact Cave at email@example.com.
To facilitate easier transaction coding and to improve financial controls, the controller’s office has asked Barnes & Noble to discontinue having open departmental accounts at the University bookstore, according to Eric Barger, controller. Department purchases should instead be made with a University-issued P-card. The business purpose of purchases should be documented in the P-card reconciliation. Barnes & Noble will still provide the usual faculty/staff discounts on qualifying purchases.
The Barnes and Noble bookstore in the Pilot House will be closing on Wednesday, November 21 at 4 p.m. and will remain closed through Sunday, November 25 for the Thanksgiving holiday. The bookstore will reopen for regular fall hours on Monday, November 26.
For more information contact Erin Cave, bookstore, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer and fall book orders are due by Thursday, March 29, according to Erin Cave, bookstore. Orders can be placed via the web at www.uportland.bncollege.com and select “Faculty Resources.” They can also be emailed to email@example.com. To make the process even easier, just say “Same as Last Year!” Orders can also be phoned in at x7125. Questions? Please contact Cave at x7125.
Summer and fall book orders are due by Friday, March 31st, according to Eric Cave, bookstore. Orders can be placed via the web at www.uportland.bncollege.com and select “Faculty Resources.” They can also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. To make the process even easier, just say “Same as Last Year!” Orders can also be phoned in at x7125. Questions? Please contact Cave at x7125.
The bookstore will be closed on Thursday, July 3 for annual maintenance, according to manager Erin Bright. Those who need to make a department charge on that day are asked to please call the bookstore at 7125. A staff member should be available from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Staffing will be subject to change, so please call first. For more information contact Bright at 7125 or email@example.com.
Book rentals are one way students can save. UP’s rental program grows each semester; in the current semester, students rented almost 4,300 books, saving an average of 50 percent off the price of a new book, with many books at an 80 percent discount. Over 80 percent of textbooks are available to rent.
Used book are another way for students to save money. The more time bookstore personnel have to find used books, the more copies they will be able to stock for students. UP Bookstore competes for used books everyday with bookstores across the country. With variable pricing on rental books, students save even more by renting a used book. Placing faculty book orders early will also enable Barnes & Noble to buy back textbooks from students. If the book is being used again in the fall semester, students can receive 50 percent back in cash for that book.
How to place book orders:
- Website (www.uportland.bkstore.com), go to Faculty Services to fill out the online form.
- E-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) – please provide complete information on the books and course.
- Telephone (x7125—please ask for Erin Bright or Mark Heinowski)
- Book order forms are available through department assistants or the bookstore.
For questions or assistance contact Bright at 7125 or email@example.com. She can take care of book ordering for you if you would like—no special forms or online links.