The first step to purchasing the books and course materials needed for your classes is to review the course syllabi for your respective courses or visit the Regent University Bookstore website where the textbooks are listed by course. Syllabi are typically available two weeks prior to the beginning of the semester and are available in Blackboard. Once you have a list of books and course materials, you are ready to go shopping...
Regent University Bookstore
Visit the Regent University Bookstore located in the Student Center.
Online students may also order textbooks via the Internet through the Regent University Bookstore, or by calling (757) 352.4064. The bookstore accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, American Express and personal checks.
All in-stock textbooks will be shipped within 24 hours after an order has been received. Special order items will take approximately 12 to 15 business days for delivery. Books will be shipped via United Parcel Service (UPS) for United States customers. International orders will be shipped via UPS International. Shipping charges will be CONFIRMED PRIOR TO SHIPMENT on International Orders.
Regent University Bookstore allows customers to return merchandise that is in new, salable condition for a full refund or exchange. This cash or exchange return privilege will be offered when accompanied by a valid, dated cash register receipt and in compliance with other posted refund conditions.
Textbook returns will be accepted for 15 calendar days from the opening day of classes during regular terms. During summer school or other short terms, such as alternate or interim sessions or seminars, returns will be accepted one day or one week from the date of purchase, as appropriate to the term.
Other merchandise will be accepted for return when the merchandise is in clean, resalable condition and purchased within the previous ten calendar days. Computer software and diskettes must be in their original unopened package.
Receive up to 50 percent on books needed for the upcoming semester, as long as we have not already obtained the quantity we need.
Except for the two weeks of "rush" period during school start up, the bookstore does what is called a wholesale buyback. Wholesalers needing certain titles offer a price for desirable books. The buybacks are driven by market demand.
Another available option is Barnes and Noble's Online Buyback Center.
Many of our students are able to find the textbooks they need at discounted prices from alternate sites. This list is provided as a service to students who wish to try to obtain their materials from outside distributors. The School of Psychology & Counseling does not endorse one site over another, nor do we guarantee that materials needed for your studies will be available through these sites.