Fight the high price of textbooks, and put money in your pockets!
If your books are in good condition, be there early to get the most for your textbooks. Selling back your books is a great way to battle the rising cost of textbooks. When you sell back your books, you allow others to purchase from a stock of used inventory - saving them a lot of extra money. Do something good for yourself... and your fellow students.
Green Bay Campus Cash Textbook Buyback
May 15-18 2017 --------------------------- 9 am - 7 pm
May 19, 2017 --------------------------- 9 am - 5 pm
If you don't live close to the NWTC Green Bay Campus, you can mail or take your books to one of the Regional Learning Centers prior to buyback. We will sell your books on buyback time and credit your buyback money to your student account.
For more information on how buyback works and; how to get the most money for your books CLICK HERE!
Daily Buyback is OPEN
Daily Buyback is yet another way the
NWTC Bookstore saves you money.
How it works:
- Look for the buyback value column on your
- Find the daily buyback price.
- Minimal highlighting
- Minimal ink writing or underlining
(less than 3 pages)
- Absolutely no writing in workbooks
- No pages missing
- Complete with all required supplements
- No liquid / water damage
The buyback credit will be applied to your student account.
If your books are not eligible for buyback, you can post
them on the NWTC Campus Wall nwtc.mycampuswall.com to sell it to fellow students.*
*NWTC (Bookstore) is not responsible for transactions on the Campus Wall website.
The NWTC Bookstore makes every effort to get you the highest possible price for your USED books. Buyback operates on a first-come, first served basis. The NWTC Bookstore buys back a predetermined quantity of titles that are being used for the upcoming semester. When the NWTC Bookstore limit is reached, a wholesale price will be offered if available. Quotes / Prices are subject to change without notice.
Make sure your books DO NOT have any ink writing, excessive highlighting or water damage. If your books came as part of a set or package DO NOT FORGET to bring: workbooks, cd's, lab manuals, study guides, cassette tapes, practice tests, models and dvd's.
Instructors, not the bookstore, determine which books are used for classes. Instructors are responsible for notifying the bookstore of their book selection in a timely fashion. The bookstore can only work with the information we have at the time of buyback.