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Hi! I'm Andre. I'm a senior double major in Political Science and Spanish at Butler and I'll be graduating in 2014.

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How To: Buy Textbooks

Since the beginning of the semester is rapidly unfortunately approaching, I decided to do a post about how to buy textbooks from the Butler bookstore.

1. Go to the Butler bookstore website

2. After you’ve created an account and logged in, click the section that says textbooks and course materials.

3. Use your class schedule to find which books you need for your classes

4. After you’ve finished adding all your books to the shopping cart, you can then purchase your books that you can pick up once you arrive to campus.

It’s also good to know that you can purchase your books through other sites such as Amazon for cheaper options. But make sure you have the exact ISBN numbers from the bookstore website!

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  2. Lauren says:

    Where exactly can you find the exact ISBN numbers on the bookstore website? I used my schedule to find my books, but I can’t find the ISBN numbers for them. I wanted to look on Amazon for some of my books, but I want to make sure I have the correct ones.

  3. Andre says:

    Hi! You can use your classes on your schedule and enter them in. For department, for example, if you have a Political Science course, your Department would be PO. Usually the abbreviations are on your schedule. ANd you have to do each class individually.

    Hopefully that clears things up. If not, feel free to leave another comment!

  4. Tessa says:

    Thanks for the help! But I am confused about finding the actual books. I made an account, but how do I do step 3? Should my schedule tell me what books I need?

  5. Andre says:

    Thanks! Hopefully it helps out!

  6. Kristen Raves says:

    Great post, I’m making sure our freshmen see this!

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