The Hawkeye Bookstore is now located on Main Campus in the Brock Student Center and is owned and operated by Barnes and Noble College.
Hawkeye Bookstore, owned and operated by Barnes and Noble College and located in the Brock Student Center, is your place for official Hawkeye Community College textbooks, gear, and supplies.
Book Buyback Spring 2021
Book buyback and rental return for your Spring 2021 semester textbooks will be May 11–14, 2021 from 9:00am–5:30pm at the UNI Bookstore, 1009 W. 23rd St., Cedar Falls. The new Hawkeye Bookstore at the Brock Student Center will not be able to accept your spring 2021 semester textbooks.
Summer 2021 and Fall 2021 textbooks can be purchased or rented at the Hawkeye Bookstore, now located in the Brock Student Center.
You will need to purchase or rent your textbooks prior to the first day of class. Bring your class schedule to ensure you get the books your need. Bookstore employees can assist you in locating the correct books.
Students can pay the Hawkeye Bookstore directly or charge to their student account.
Course material orders can be placed online at hawkeyecollege.bncollege.com and will be shipped directly to the address listed on the order or can be picked up at the Hawkeye Bookstore.
Students can pick up Summer 2021 course materials beginning May 3, 2021.
New First Day Complete Program to Purchase Textbooks and Course Materials Starting for Fall 2021
Hawkeye is moving to a new course material model, called First Day Complete, that will reduce the cost of required course materials for students and ensure they have all their materials for all courses prior to the first day of class.
Students who have opted into the First Day Complete program will have the convenience of the Hawkeye Bookstore put together a package of physical books and digital material for all courses prior to the first day of class. Digital materials will be delivered directly to CANVAS. Students who have opted in to the First Day Complete program will be billed at a rate of $23/credit hour to their student account.
Students can opt in or opt out of the program.
Students who do not opt in or have opted out of the First Day Complete program will need to purchase their books and course materials a la carte or by other method of their choice.
Charging to Your Student Account
Hawkeye allows all registered students to charge required textbooks, software, calculators, and flash drives to their student college account during specific dates at the beginning of a semester.
Bring your Hawkeye student ID number if you plan to charge your books to your student account.
You are responsible for any bookstore charges added to your student account if you do not have enough financial aid to cover the expense.
Registered for a Late Start Class?
Students with approved financial aid may receive a Guernsey Loan to pay for required textbooks, software, calculators, and flash drives for late start classes. Contact the Business Office for more information.