Coppin State University Bookstore
Welcome to the Coppin State University Follett Higher Education bookstore! We’re here to serve students, faculty, and the community with all your academic and Coppin Pride needs. Count on us to carry:
- New, used, and digital textbooks for rent or purchase
- Reference materials, including study guides
- School supplies
- Coppin clothing and gifts
- Reading books and magazines
- Personal care items
- Greeting cards
- A large variety of snacks and drinks
Did you know? You can rent over 50% of our textbooks for 1 semester!
Price Your Textbooks
Get help pricing your textbooks
Paying for Bookstore Purchases
The Bookstore offers several options for students to pay for purchases.
Can I use my Eagle Card to pay for bookstore purchases?
Yes! You can deposit money into your Eagle Card account and use those funds to pay for books, materials, and other supplies at the bookstore.
Can I apply for a book voucher to purchase books and other materials I need for my classes?
Have you applied for Financial Aid? If yes, you can apply for a book voucher to pay for required course materials.. Here are the steps to apply:
- Log in to your EagleLINKS account
- Click Financial Aid
- Main Menu > /Financial Aid > Book Store/Dining VCHR Request
- Select the Amount
- Select Submit
Following submission, your request will be processed by the Office of Eagle Card Services on the next business day.
Bookstore Return Policy
Need to return something you bought in the Campus Bookstore? Review our policies on what items you can return, how to return items, and the conditions the items must be in.
What is the Book BuyBack period?
See how much cash you can get for your used books at the end of the semester during our BuyBack period.
How do I sell my books back?
Bring your books to the bookstore at the end of each semester.
What do I get for selling my books back?
We give you cash when you bring your books in—if they are in good condition to be resold.
How much money do I get for my books?
We base BuyBack prices on demand for your book(s) in a future course or semester. We may pay you more for a book, because of a professor’s request for that book.