Book Rental Info

Commodore Books & More is now proudly offering Rental Textbooks!!

There are many options available to you when it comes to securing your textbooks, but none are easier or more cost-effective than renting your textbook(s) from Commodore Books & More.

  • Rental textbooks are the low cost option for your textbook needs.
  • Pick up your rented textbooks at Commodore Books & More without having to pay shipping and handling fees.
  • Taking notes and highlighting is permitted unlike other online options.
  • Keep your books for the entire term and conveniently return them to Commodore Books & More after your finals.
  • NEW - Regardless of payment tender, a credit card must be used to secure all rental titles at the time of renting.


Summer 2016 Rental Agreement

By signing this, I understand that I am responsible for the return of any rental textbooks by August 1, 2016 to Commodore Books & More. Books are to be returned with all CD’s & any other components that were included upon purchase.  Damaged books (IE - water damaged, fire, chewed up, missing pages, etc.) will not be accepted. If my book(s) is(are) NOT returned by August 1, 2016, or is(are) returned in unsalable condition, I authorize Commodore Books & More to withdraw/charge the debit/credit card account used to secure the rental for the difference between the rental price and the purchase price as the replacement fee. If they are unable to bill the card on file, the fees will be transferred to my student account, which can result in the withholding of grades & transcripts until payment is made.



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