Lawrence University Online Bookstore
Students purchase course books and materials from the Lawrence University Online Bookstore, operated in partnership with Akadémos. The Lawrence University Online Bookstore, powered by TextbookX, offers:
- An average savings of 60% off list price when shopping the marketplace
- Free shipping on select orders over $49
- Price match guarantee on new books
- Year-round online buyback where you name the price
Log in with your Lawrence network ID and password, and you’ll see courses you registered for and the materials they require. You’ll find options for new, used, rental, or eBooks, as well as a marketplace with third-party sellers and books for sale by students. These options should give you significant savings, and there is no Lawrence mark-up to add to the cost. You can charge books to your student account and pick them up at the mail room in the campus center. You can also sell your used books on the bookstore website.
Enter the Lawrence University Online Bookstore:
Students are strongly encouraged to order books at least one week before the start of term. For questions regarding a book order, visit the bookstore's Help Page or call 1-855-790-6381.
If you need books in a special format (large print, audiobook, text-to-speech, etc.), contact Accessibility Services in the Center for Academic Success.
Faculty who need help should contact our Akadémos account manager through the Help tab on the faculty page.
Other places to find course materials
Course reserves in the library
Instructors put readings on electronic reserve for use in their courses. They may also put books, audio-recordings, and videos on the reserve shelf behind the circulation desk in Mudd Library. To find reserves for a course, go to the Mudd Library website and click Log in to Search Course Reserves.
Moodle site or share space
Many instructors make handouts and other resources available on a course Moodle site or in a class share space. If your course uses Moodle, be sure to log into the Moodle system and enroll yourself in the course site during the first week of classes. Check the course syllabus for more information.