The Campus Gift and Bookstore sells required textbooks for courses at College of the Siskiyous. The Bookstore is also your on-campus destination for school supplies, snacks, gifts, and College of the Siskiyous clothing and souvenirs.
The Campus Gift and Bookstore will be holding a Textbook Buyback Event January 19-21 on the Weed Campus in the student center.
You can sell your textbooks back at your own convenience using this link:
The online Marketplace is provided as an online bulletin board platform. Customers can post items for sale under their own terms and pricing or purchase items such as textbooks. Pricing, sales, and interactions take place between the buyer and the seller only. An account must be created to participate within the Marketplace. College of the Siskiyous Bookstore is not involved in the process of buying or selling any products within the Marketplace. The Marketplace is simply a bulletin board for customer-to-customer interactions. College of the Siskiyous will not be responsible for any issues or transactions within the Marketplace.
Marketplace Instructions (PDF)
You can access the marketplace using this link:
Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Booklist, Fall 2016 (PDF)
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