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Book Charging

It is wise to purchase your books before the term starts and begin to get familiar with the course content. This means you purchase books "out of pocket," and use any balance of your financial aid to pay yourself back.

 

When this is not possible, and for those students with enough processed financial aid, Anoka Technical College supports a Book Charge process:


  • Your processed Financial Aid and/or Student Loans must exceed your tuition and fee charges.
  • Book charges are allowed one week prior to the term and the first week of the term (excluding holidays). 
  • Book charging is only allowed in person, in the bookstore with your student photo ID. (No on-line sales.)
  • Students will be responsible for all book charges regardless of financial aid received.
  • Please plan your purchases carefully. Use the charge process only when necessary.

Summer 2019 course material list is available here.

Books will be available for purchase starting May 6 in-store with cash, check, or Visa/Mastercard or - online with Visa/Mastercard.

(Please do not come to pick up online orders until you receive an email informing you that they are ready for pick-up)


BOOK CHARGING WILL BE May 20 - June 5 IN STORE ONLY.
YOU MUST HAVE YOUR STUDENT ID and CLASS SCHEDULE.


Last day to return Summer Semester books for a refund is June 14.

Bookstore Hours

Monday –Thursday

8 AM – 4 PM

Friday

8 – 11 AM

Closed June 27 & 28 for Inventory

Bookstore Information

Phone: 763-576-7750

Address: 1355 West Hwy 10, Anoka, MN 55303

Email: bookstore@anokatech.edu


Be sure to bring your course schedule and student ID with you when you come to the bookstore to purchase your books.


Daily Book Buyback

Monday - Thursday

 
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