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ATTENTION

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the university and the Barnes & Noble university bookstore are closed until further notice. 

Textbooks, Clemson gifts and clothing can still be purchased online at clemson.edu/bookstore or shopclemsontigers.com. All shipping cost have been waived until the end of the semester.

 

Rental Return: If you have a rental, it needs to be returned by 5/19/20. All rental returns for this semester will be thru UPS. To print your free shipping label, click on the link below. Please do not return rentals before May 1, 2020. 

https://clemson.bncollege.com/shop/clemson/page/rental-book-return

 

Please take into consideration that, although there is no limit to the number of times you may print each shipping label, you are allotted ONE free shipping per order even if your order was delivered in multiple shipments (either for pick up or shipped to your address). 

 

As part of our effort to facilitate the transition to online learning for the remainder of the semester, Your campus has partnered with Barnes & Noble College and VitalSource to offer Clemson students free access to etext versions of many of the textbooks used in your courses. Over 90 publishers are participating in the program, including Pearson, Cengage and McGraw Hill.

Please follow the instructions and links below to begin your access to the VitalSource Help program. How do students access VitalSource Helps content that provides free access to ebooks? To get started, please visit https://bookshelf.vitalsource.com/#/user/signin. Before you can begin searching for and reading ebooks, you will need to log-in or create a VitalSource Bookshelf account with your institution-provided email address. For students accessing Bookshelf for the first time: Here are instructions on creating a Bookshelf account . Once you create an account with an institution-provided email address, you can login and click on the “Explore” tab in the upper left corner of the screen to search by ISBN, Title or Author to find your free ebooks.

For students with existing Bookshelf accounts linked to their institution-provided email address: Students with existing Bookshelf accounts linked to their institution-provided email address will see a new tab called “Explore” when you login in the upper left corner of the screen to search by ISBN, Title or Author to find your free ebooks. If you need additional assistance gaining access to the site or have questions, please visit https://support.vitalsource.com/hc/en-us/articles/360044467674-Student-and-Instructor-Frequently-Asked-Questions

 

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