Have you ever wanted to refer back to that calculus or physics textbook that you sold at the end of freshman year because you thought you’d never use it again? Or wanted to expand your personal library with selections on topics ranging from classical literature to anthropology? If so, then you should visit the Bookswap Dollar Sale.
The Bookswap Dollar Sale will showcase the Bookswap's vast collection of more than 1000 books available for $1. (Yes, every book on display will be sold for only $1!) This selection includes general interest books, as well as older editions of textbooks that are no longer used for courses but are perfect for personal reference. This will be your last chance to purchase some of these books before they are cleared from our inventory.
The Bookswap Dollar Sale will be open 9am-4pm in Nord 310. Cash, check, and Case Cash will be accepted. Every dollar raised will be donated directly to the CWRU Engineers Without Borders chapter for use in their humanitarian projects.
Q: Where did these books come from?
A: Every book being sold at the Dollar Sale is property of Tau Beta Pi. Some of these books were donated directly to Tau Beta Pi by students or campus organizations. Others are books that have been donated to Tau Beta Pi after several years of sitting on the shelf at the regular Bookswap.
Q: I currently have books on sale through the Bookswap. Are the prices of my
A: No. Your books remain your property until they are sold, so we will never change the price of a book that belongs to you without your permission.
Q: What forms of payment are accepted at the Bookswap Dollar Sale?
A: Cash, check, and Case Cash.
Q: Can I bring in textbooks to sell at the Fall 2010 Bookswap?
A: Yes, we will be collecting books during the Bookswap Dollar Sale. These books will be stored over the summer and then placed on the shelves at the fall Bookswap.
Q: One of my books sold during the Spring 2010 Bookswap, and I have not claimed
my money. Can I pick up my money during the Dollar Sale?
A: No. We will not be equipped to pay sellers during the Dollar Sale.