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In addition to tuition, your education expenses will include textbooks. Here are some resources you may find useful as you plan to acquire your textbooks.
Last Updated: Aug 18, 2014 URL: http://guides.wpunj.edu/textbook Print Guide RSS Updates

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What's the most frequently asked question at the Library during the month of September?

Do you have my textbook?


There's no easy answer to that question.  Generally, the Library does not purchase textbooks, although some faculty provide copies of their textbooks for Reserve in the Library.  Check the Library's catalog or contact the Reference Department for assistance (973-720-2116 or refdesk@wpunj.edu).

Each semester, faculty place their textbook orders with the WPUNJ Bookstore, making it the best place to buy or rent your textbooks.  However, if you wish to comparison shop, there are a number of other resources available to you on the following pages. Smart shoppers remember to consider shipping and handling costs as well as return policies!


What are my options?

Use the tabs across the top of this page to learn more about your textbook options, or choose from one of the links, below:

Disclaimer: William Paterson University accepts no responsibility for the content of the listed sites.  The listing of a website does not imply an endorsement of the company or the website's products or services.  William Paterson University makes no warranties concerning the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, or suitability of the information contained on listed sites, or that every useful site is listed.  Transactions made as a result of this information are the exclusive responsibility of the student.



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