The Mesa State College bookstore is making it easier than ever for students to buy textbooks on the internet for the upcoming fall semester. For the first time ever students can purchase their textbooks online at mesastate.edu.
Bbookstore Manager Tracy Brodrick says this new system of shopping for books will cut down on the time customers spend in line. Brodrick adds that many incoming freshmen have taken advantage of the online store.
While the final numbers aren't in yet, the admissions office expects somewhere between 6,200 to 6,400 students this fall.
Brodrick says the bookstore's ready on campus and online. She adds this Friday will be the busiest day for the bookstore, because that's when financial aid is distributed.
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