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Cheng, , 08817
Fri Sep 26, 2008
university and New Brunswick, offering readings and cultural
> events, a Scarlet Knights shop, a children?s section, and a café, in
> addition to the full range of textbooks, academic reference materials,
> school supplies, and general reading books.
>
> The transition to Barnes & Noble is expected to be seamless. The only
> disruption in service will be during the weekend of November 1-2 when
> the bookstores will be closed. Students who purchased books and
> merchandise before October 1 can return them in accordance with
> Follett?s usual return policies. After November 3, Barnes & Noble will
> buy used textbooks at the prevailing market rate.
>
> An FAQ with details about the transition and contact information can be
> found at http://aps.rutgers.edu/PDF/Student FAQ.pdf. You might also want
> to read the press release at
> http://news.rutgers.edu/medrel/news-releases/2008/09/rutgers…
>
>
> This ambitious partnership will bring a premier full-service bookstore
> to New Brunswick and create a gathering place and destination for
> Rutgers faculty, students, staff, and the larger community. It will be
> the kind of bookstore Rutgers? New Brunswick Campus both needs and
> deserves as we continue to make our university one of the finest in the
> nation.
>
> Richard L. McCormick
> President
> Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
>
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