Submit a Textbook Adoption
Returning users can log in directly to check on the status of a previous adoption or edit an order.
Deadlines for Ordering Textbooks and Course Materials
|March 1||Deadline to submit orders for Spring Term 1|
|April 2||Deadline to submit orders for Summer Term 2|
|May 1||Orders begin for Fall Term 1|
|May 15||Deadline to submit orders for Fall Term 1|
|October 1||Deadline to submit orders for Winter Term 2|
Textbook and Course Material Information
Ordering Textbooks and Course Materials
Prior to placing your order for textbook or course material adoptions, please review the following important tips so we can ensure the correct materials will be ordered in available on-time for the beginning of the term. If you have any questions, please contact us at 306-966-4477 or email@example.com.
Textbooks, lab manuals, and other materials are ordered in response to requisitions submitted by a professor or department. Once the orders are received by Retail Services, students can access this information through a booklist available on PAWS. Please indicate if you do not require a textbook for a class to provide accurate information for students - a message will appear on the booklist indicating that the class does not require a text.
Order in plenty of time to ensure materials are available for the opening of classes.
Click either the “Required” or “Recommended” on the requisition. “Required” means every student in the class is expected to purchase a book, and we order accordingly. “Recommended” titles are considered valuable but not essential.
Please notify Retail Services as soon as possible if a class is cancelled and the textbook is no longer required.
The CRN is the course reference number and it is linked to the course description – subject, campus, credits, title, day & time, instructor, location, etc. You can always find the CRN by searching usask.ca or the U of S Dynamic Schedule. You can also contact your college or department.
Course Packages can include a collection of various materials, such as journal articles, excerpts from books or the professor's own work. Course packages can be submitted through the textbook adoption form and Retail Services will work with on campus providers to for the development and distribution of the product.
For classes requiring lab manuals, faculty members can upload the files directly through the textbook adoption form. The Campus Bookstore produces the manuals and inventories the appropriate amount of printed versions for each class.
Any materials faculty members would like included in course packages are required to adhere to the university’s copyright policy. Retail Services provides copyright clearance assistance and can order printed course packages. Before submitting a course package, please consult the Copyright Clearance guidelines. For additional information regarding copyright and University of Saskatchewan policy, please consult the Copyright web page.