The Maneater

Tag: University Bookstore

Full-time employment during college insufficient to cover tuition costs

With the 2014 average debt of MU graduates coming to nearly $25,000, students work both full and part time in attempts to afford college.

Textbook buyback season begins

The Facebook group “Mizzou BookXchange” has organized a student market for textbook exchange.

Bookstore adds comparison feature online to curb textbook costs

The goal is to have 800 rental titles available by the spring.

MU Bookstore works to make textbooks affordable

The bookstore made many more textbooks available for rental this year.

Study shows 7 in 10 students have forgone buying books

Some students say they have shared books or resorted to other alternatives.

New Mizzou Reads book discusses societal issues, Hurricane Katrina

Incoming freshmen will be asked to read this nonfiction account by Dave Eggers in the summer.

Espresso Book Machine usage slowly but surely climbs

The machine is meant to encourage independent publishing.

Student Center offices fill as students adjust to space

University Bookstore revenue has increased as a result of the commons area opening.

Textbook pickup goes smoothly despite severe weather

Around 5,000 students used the Early Bird pickup program.

Textbook adoption rates decrease is concerning

Textbook adoption rates at 65 percent for spring semester

MU ranks no. 1 in terms of used book sales.

Bookstore selling few street signs

The signs each cost $50 to replace.

Books should be bookstore’s priority

Textbook order cancellations cause stress

Orders have been suspended until problems can be resolved.

Textbook act expands students' options

The legislation allows students to view their text requirements in advance in order to save money.

Summer textbook adoptions submitted match average

Adoptions submitted by the deadline can save students money.

Summer textbook deadline approaches

University Bookstore doesn't track professors who turn in late requests.

University Bookstore ranks in profits, used books

UCLA finished first in profits in the nationwide survey.

Bookstore offers free digital books

Since its launch Wednesday, 50 books have been downloaded.

University Bookstore employee caught stealing

Warnke stole by reaccrediting return money to his personal accounts.