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Where did all the textbooks go?

July 28, 2014, 11:24 am
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Throughout the summer, NNU has communicated the university’s new online textbook buying and selling process with MBS Direct to the returning student body and incoming students. As with any change, a period of transition and lots of questions are sure to follow.

As you interact with students during the coming month, here are a few tips to guide you in answering questions.

  • To find out what textbooks are required for each course, and to place book orders, students should go to nnu.edu/bookstore.  (Remember, textbooks will no longer be available for purchase on campus.)
  • Ordering early to allow time for shipping before classes begin is recommended.
  • The new textbook process provides more competitive pricing and convenient comparison shopping to help simplify the textbook process like never before.
  • Due to heavy traffic, the MBS website is lagging a little; your patience during the shopping experience is greatly appreciated.
  •  Questions can be directed to the bookstore at bookstore@nnu.edu or directly to MBS Direct’s 24/7 customer service team at customerservice@mbsdirect.net or 1-800-325-3252.

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