Bookstore reopens starting Wednesday, May 13th
Text book return:
no later than May 29th
Log in in to http://bkstr.scene7.com/is/content/Bkstr/COVID-FAQspdf to view the steps of returning your rental textbooks. Shipping is at your own expense.
You can return your books in person on Wednesdays or Thursdays at the Marshfield Campus Bookstore.
Wednesdays & Thursdays 9:00 to 3:00.
Students must enter at the Administration entrance (main circle drive by UWSP sign). If you visit in person it is strongly suggested you wear a mask and you must practice social distancing.
Students should refer to the
Follett FAQ guide on how to return textbooks.
The Campus Bookstore is your one-stop shop for textbooks, school supplies, clothing, fan gear, course materials, gifts, cards and more! We're conveniently located off the Upper Commons near the Physical Education Building.
Please Note: It's very important for returns, rentals and buybacks for you to keep your receipt. Rentals are due back the last day of Finals.
Renting or Buying Books In Person: Bring your course schedule, driver's license or UCard and a debit/credit card. (You don't have to pay for your textbooks with the debit/credit card, it is to secure the rental.)
Hours and Contact
In the interim, Danielle Minor will be managing the Marshfield Bookstore, therefore the contact information has changed. Please use the information below to reach her if you have questions about the Follett bookstore.
Store phone number:
During business hours on Wednesdays and Thursdays 9 am - 3 pm: 715-389-6556
After hours please call: 715-261-6235
The Bookstore offers:
Purchase or Rent Online or In-Store
Availability of eBooks
Campus Merchandise: shirts, mugs, hats and more!
Snacks, supplies and other general merchandise items
Book Deferrals: If eligible for a book deferral, students will receive an email from the Financial Aid Office.
The Campus Bookstore is owned and operated by Follett Corporation.
For more than 140 years, Follett has been a trusted partner to pre-K and K-12 schools, districts, and college campuses, taking care of the critical details that make it easier for schools to run, teachers to teach and students to learn. Every day, Follett serves over half of the students in the United States, and works with 70,000 schools as a leading provider of education technology, services and print and digital content. Follett is higher education's largest campus retailer and a hub for school spirit and community, operating 940 local campus stores and 1,300 virtual stores across the continent. Headquartered in Westchester, Illinois, Follett is a $2.6 billion privately held company.