The Campus Bookstore is your source for textbooks, school supplies, UW clothing, gifts, cards and more! We're conveniently located in the University – near the library on the second floor.
Our phone number is (920) 459-6614.
See the merchandise page in the sub-menu to view a slideshow of our featured UW-Sheboygan attire, accessories and other products.
- Monday-Friday: 9am - 1pm
- Mondays: 2 - 6pm
- Monday-Friday: 9am - 1pm
- Mondays: 2 - 6pm
Note: These prices are current based on previous semesters and can change once the invoices are received. It is possible that instructors may switch closer to the semester, so books and prices can change without notice. In several classes, books are packaged together and the ISBN will reflect the package ISBN. If you class is not listed, information was not received for your class. Find the most accurate information by stopping in the Bookstore.
Textbooks for classes taught at UW-Sheboygan are available for purchase in the Campus Bookstore located on the lower levels of the Commons. If you want to be assured of a text, buy it early. All unsold new texts will be returned to the publisher after the start of each semester.
At the end of each semester during finals week, we will hold Book Buyback event. If we have a book order from the department to use that textbook again, we will buy it back at half the retail price, until we meet our limit. If the book is not being used on campus the following semester, we will purchase the book for a wholesale used book company at anywhere from 10%-30% of retail price. Whether or not we can buy back the book is based on the current market demand for that textbook .One week prior to Buy Back, times and locations will be posted on the bookstore boards sitting around campus, as well on this page.
If you missed the texbook company's Book Buyback event, you can sell books online to the company at any time. If you chose to accept their buyback offer, the company will send packing materials and as soon as they receive your books, you will be sent a check.
Our staff is here to help you. If you have any questions or would like more information on textbooks and course materials at the Campus Bookstore, please call (920) 459-6614 or e-mail email@example.com.
New, unmarked texts only are to be returned to the bookstore during specific times each semester. If you return a book for a refund, you must have the ORIGINAL RECEIPT. There will be no exceptions!
See the schedule below for the last day to return books (purchased in the current semester) with a receipt for a full refund. Books must be in saleable condition. After this date, books may only be returned if you have dropped the class. Please bring a drop slip (printed from your PRISM account) to verify change. See Book Buy Back at semester's end for general buyback information.
No returns or exchanges will be allowed without the sales receipt and the charge card receipt if it is a charge transaction. If a new textbook is being returned, it must be in new condition. This means no marks, writing, highlighting, bent corners, etc. Refunds can not be issued on opened, poly-wrapped books that say NOT RETURNABLE IF OPENED. Refunds are issued for books purchased during the current semester. The refund period lasts two weeks, beginning with the first day of the semester. Please check your books over as soon as you purchase them for missing pages, etc. because you only have the first two weeks of the semester to exchange them also. Books can only be purchased during the first six weeks of the semester beginning with the first day of the semester. After this, they will be returned to the publisher or put in inventory for the next semester. Policies are subject to change.
Online Textbook Orders
Online textbook orders are not subject to discounts! Purchase Textbooks Online
Distance Education Textbooks
www.mbsdirect.net (for WisLine Web, Compressed Video and Computer Based Training classes).
The Faculty Center Network is a one-stop resource for college textbooks. It is intended for faculty use, as a research tool, and to assist in making informed adoption decisions. A user name and password is required to access the Faculty Network Center database and tools. Please see Sue Kampman in the Bookstore for this. Once inside the site, users have the ability to register and create a unique user name and password for future access.
Inside you can:
- Research and review textbooks for adoption consideration.
- Obtain publisher contact information.
- See how popular a title is and where it is used.
- Generate an Adoptions list to return to the bookstore.
- Locate desk copy request information by title.