How to find a textbook for your classes at Clarion University of PA
Go to the Bookstore link at the bottom of the university webpage or use links listed here. Clarion uses a company called eCampus for textbooks. It is an online only bookstore. https://www.clarion.edu/cu-bookstore.html or https://clarion.ecampus.com/
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Select Order Textbooks or Shop by Course.
Select the term – Fall 2021
Select your Course(s) and select Find Materials for Course. (You will need your course schedule from your My Clarion to see your courses and section of your course. There may be many sections of a course so verify your professor, course number and course section before adding the title to your cart.)
Select the items to be purchased and select Add Item to Cart.
Review your order and select Proceed to Checkout.
Create your account or log in to your eCampus account to purchase your required textbooks.
Textbooks in print format (hardcopy) will be delivered to the University Store in Gemmell on Clarion campus, Rhoads on Venango Campus, or mailed to your home address if you chose that option.
All items delivered digitally can be found on your Digital Bookshelf on the eCampus webpage. To access these items:
1. Sign in to your account through the Sign In link in the top right corner.
2. Within your account, click the Digital Bookshelf link.
3. All active materials will be displayed on your Digital Bookshelf.
What if my access code is pending? eCampus is awaiting additional codes to fulfill your order and will send you an email notification once the code is on your Digital Bookshelf.
Don't see your access code or have additional questions? Please contact the eCampus customer service team at 859-209-6958 for assistance.
Does your course list “open resource”? Open Educational Resources (OER) or open resources are freely available resources that your professor has chosen to use as the textbook(s) for the course instead of a costly textbook for you to purchase. Your professor will provide the link(s) to these open resources in your course D2L site. If you have a concern, please email or speak with your professor.