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Textbook Ordering

The textbook order form has been improved to allow faculty and staff to order textbooks for classes by interacting with the document by typing-in the textbook and course information. Simply click on the desired fields that you want to fill-in and then type in the information. This form can now be sent to the textbook buyers through E-mail ( However, unfortunately, this can only be done with the Abode Acrobat software at the moment. Adobe Reader does not allow you to save these documents to your computer. Though, to make it more convenient, you can now fill-out the form and print it rather than handwriting.

Online Textbook Order Form

(Click link, opens in new window)

Instructions for Saving, Filling-out, and E-Mailing the Textbook Order Form

NOTE: If you are using Adobe Reader, you cannot save edited documents so you can only fill-in and then print the form. If you have Adobe Acrobat, you can edit the form, save it, and then E-mail the document.

(1) Right-click the "Online Textbook Order Form" link (above) then choose "Save target as..." (in Internet Explorer) or "Save link as..." (in FireFox).

(2) Save the order form to your hard drive (default filename: "TextbookOrderForm2.pdf").

(3) Open the document by double-clicking the file.

(4) Edit the form by clicking the text fields and fill-in the desired areas.

(5) Once you have completed the form, save the edited document. If you require more spaces for textbooks than there exist on a single form, simply repeat from Step (1) by saving the next form with a different name.

(6) When you are ready to E-Mail your documents, open your E-Mail Inbox then Compose a new message.

(7) You will be sending your E-Mail to the textbook buyers. Their E-Mail addresses are If you are using Microsoft Outlook, simply click here.

(8) Attach the documents to the out-going message.

(9) Type in a message. Click "Send".