The Bookstore is owned and operated by Itawamba Community College to provide textbooks and related instructional supplies. Its diverse selection of books, collegiate clothing and supplies reflects the wide variety of backgrounds and interests that make the College a world-class institution.
New and used books are sold at prices standard to most college bookstore operations. Used books are purchased at specified times at standard prices. Books and other items are sold on a cash basis or charged only to an approved student grant.
Textbooks can be purchased online by using the links below.
ICC Bookstores are open from 7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Extended Hours - Beginning and End of Each Semester
The hours of operation for the campus bookstores are extended from 7:45 a.m. - 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. on Friday during the first week of the semester. Students may charge items to their financial aid accounts for approximately six-weeks from the day of Open Registration. A photo ID is required (driver's license will be acceptable).
The hours of operation for the campus bookstores are also extended to purchase used books at the end of each semester during the days of final exams.
ICC Bookstores are open the first Saturday morning that classes meet with the hours coinciding with the beginning of the class.
Extended Hours - End of Summer Sessions
The hours of operation are also extended for the bookstores to purchase used books from students at the end of each summer term. Purchase dates will be the days of final exams at the end of each term. Both bookstores are open from 7:45 a.m. - 6 p.m. except for Friday when they close at 4:30 p.m. A photo ID is required for the return of books.
What Is Needed to Purchase Books
Before purchasing books, it is recommended that students attend class first. To aid in purchasing textbooks students should bring their schedule. This helps ensure the bookstore staff assist the student with the correct book for his or her class.
Methods of Purchase
Students may purchase books using cash, check, Visa, MasterCard and financial aid. The financial aid account can include scholarships, loans, grants and any other type of educational assistance. This money is deposited into a bookstore account that students may access using their student ID or driver's license. Before using financial aid in the bookstore, students may first need to verify their account balance in the Business office.
For online purchasing of books, Visa and MasterCard are the only forms of payment that are available.
Financial Aid Deadlines
Students usually have six weeks to use their financial aid accounts during the fall and spring semesters and two weeks during the summer term.
Book Buyback Policy
During the first six weeks of a regular semester a textbook can be returned with a receipt and a class drop slip. During the first and second weeks full price of the textbook will be received; third and fourth weeks, $3 off retail; and the fifth and sixth weeks, half price. After the sixth week, a student cannot return a book until the buyback at the end of the semester. The textbook will be bought back only if there is a need. Workbooks, lab manuals and other types of textbooks are non-returnable. If a student returns a new textbook that was wrapped in plastic, he/she will receive only the full used price.
Books must be in resalable condition. If pages are missing, falling out or torn or if the books have been wet, they are not returnable. The bookstore may refuse to buy books if there is excessive writing. Students must return everything purchased with the textbooks (i.e., disks, CDs or any extra booklets that may have accompanied the text).