Textbook Network

The Textbook Network at Shippensburg University houses programs to support students with their textbook needs. Students have the following options to receive support.

  • University Bookstore for buying and renting textbooks.
  • A Lending Library was established in the Spring 2022.
  • Book Scholarship for students that have identified financial need.
  • Reserve textbooks for student use at the library.

 

The programs are a collaboration between the Library, Financial Aid, the Student Accounts Office, the University Bookstore, the Office for Student Retention and the Office for Students First.

Lending Library Program Student Application

Student Contract

POLICIES AND GUIDELINES

  • Textbooks are available based upon program funding on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Textbooks borrowed through the SU Lending Library are the property of the SU Lending Library.
  • Textbooks borrowed through the Lending Library program are available for the current semester only.
  • Students must present their SU student ID at the time of checkout.
  • Textbooks borrowed through the Lending Library cannot be highlighted or written in. It is the student's responsibility to examine all textbooks for previous markings at the time of checkout and note these findings in the contract.
  • Please respect all copyright and trademark laws.
  • Textbooks and any accompanying materials such as CD-ROMs, workbooks, etc. must be returned to the Library by the last day of the finals week.
  • Students who do not return textbooks and accompanying materials by the end of the semester will be charged a replacement fee and a hold will be placed on the student borrower's account. This hold will affect future course registrations.
  • Lost textbooks will be replaced at the expense of the student borrower.
  • The student borrower's signature on the SU Lending Library contract signifies agreement to all related policies and guidelines.

ELIGIBILITY

The student borrower must file the Federal Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) before completing the Lending Library application. 

Questions about the application procedure should be directed to 717-477-1292 or retention@ship.edu

Use your Student ID number to locate your required course materials at https://www.bkstr.com/shippensburgstore/shop/textbooks-and-course-materials

Lending Library Application

Agreement
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