Join us at the Bookstore in CMU for 20% off all Leuctturm products and free in-store embossing. Check some names off your gift list, or stop in for a little something for yourself.
Turn your unwanted textbooks into cash at the University of Minnesota Bookstores. We pay cash for your unwanted textbooks—no matter where you bought them. You must present your U Card to sell textbooks. Please bring all textbook components including CD's, study guides and manuals when selling your books. Learn more about our program here
Wrap up your semester the right way. Save 30% on all apparel and 25% on headphones. Plus, enjoy live music, treats, and get a chance to win a Microsoft Surface Go.
Bring your unwanted text books to the Bookstores at Coffman, and get some cash back.
Stop by the University of Minnesota Bookstores and discover how you can create your own custom college ring to cherish for years to come.
Times are changing, and so is the iPad. Discover how to use your iPad Pro, which can do nearly anything a computer can—plus a whole lot more! Come learn how to use the Apple Pencil, file management, multi-tasking, and other productivity features.
Save 25% on all University of Minnesota apparel and gifts in-store and online with free shipping. Celebrate the holidays the Gopher way.
In this seminar, learn about lighting, composition, and the camera interface—the essentials for capturing great photos for the holidays.
Make sure to check in your rental books on time to avoid extra costs! Check in your rental books at the Bookstores at Coffman Memorial Union on December 19 before 5:00 PM.
Check in your Fall Semester rental textbooks on or before Friday, December 27 to avoid additional fees. You may check in your textbook rentals Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the University of Minnesota Bookstores at Coffman Memorial Union or Monday-Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the University of Minnesota Bookstores at the St. Paul Student Center. Please return your rental textbooks by the due date. We hope you had a successful semester.