229 Main Street, Keene, NH 03435


Welcome to the Keene State College


Bookstore Online Catalog


The Bookstore is fully owned and operated by Keene State College.



Located directly on the first floor of the Lloyd P. Young Student Center, Appian Way
(next to the Zorn Dining Commons)


Monday - Thursday: 8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:
30 p.m.
Saturday 12 p.m. - 4 p.m.


For more information or for special hours please call (603) 358-2651


Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.



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For more information, please visit us online at balfour.com or call 1-877-225-3687





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KSC Bookstore Information and Policies

Textbook/Course Material Buyback Policy

The Bookstore Buys Books at the end of the FALL & SPRING Semesters

Our policy is to buy college textbooks which students decide they no longer need or want. If instructors inform us before buyback days that they will require any of these particular titles in the forthcoming semester, the bookstore will pay up to 50% of the current selling price. You may be offered a wholesale price if the bookstore is not buying or has purchased enough of a title.

We do not normally repurchase workbooks or study guides which have filled-in pages that cannot be reused or bookswith excessive hi-lighting which would make the books useless to the next potential purchaser.

A wholesaler is onsite during the rest of the year buying textbooks.

Old Editions. Most old editions have no value and cannot be resold. The average life of a textbook is about three years. The closer a book gets to this point the less value it has. Therefore, it is advisable to sell your books as soon as possible after you’ve determined you no longer need them.
Paperbacks. Paperbacks are called “trade” books and are generally pre-priced on the front or back cover. These editions are subject to frequent adoption changes, lack durable bindings and most importantly, enjoy no nationwide demand as used textbooks. Thus, we can only pay between 10% and 20% of the retail price and the books often end up on our sale table.
When to sell or not to sell. The sooner after each semester that you sell your books the betteryour chances are of receiving 50%. This is because at this time of year our inventories are themost depleted and we are receiving orders for the next semester. By the first day of classes ina new semester we usually cannot pay 50% because we already have adequate quantities of the books in stock.

I.D. Required for BUYBACK

Textbook/Course Material Buyback Policy

Textbooks and In-Store Rentals can be returned for full credit under the following conditions:

  • Must be returned by close of business (6:00 pm) on Tuesday, January 28th for Spring 2014. One week, weekend, and single day class materials are NON-RETURNABLE.

  • Books are in the same condition as purchased. NEW books must be unopened and unmarked. Shrink wrapped USED books must be unopened.

  • Books must have our current price sticker or pricing code.

  • Cash register receipt must be presented. Absolutely no refund without cash register receipt.  Purchases made with a credit/debit card will be refunded back to the credit/debit card. Purchases made with cash or check will receive cash back. Purchases charged to BECA accounts will be credited back to the student account.

  • No refunds for open recordings, CDs, cassettes or online access cards.

  • Defective copies of textbooks are exchangeable for perfect copies within 10 working days of initial purchase.

  • All refunds are subject to the discretion of the store manager.

  • Last day for In-Store Rental Drop Off is May 12th.


Merchandise Return Policy

All merchandise returns and exchanges must be made within 30 days of the date of purchase and are made at the discretion of the Bookstore. Purchases made with a credit/debit card will be refunded back to the credit/debit card. Purchases made with cash or check will receive cash back.

All SALE items are non-returnable and cannot be exchanged.

Clothing Items: Unwashed, unworn, or defective items may be returned or exchanged when accompanied by store tags and a receipt.

Giftware: May be returned or exchanged only with receipt and original sticker still on merchandise.

NON-RETURNABLE / EXCHANGEABLE ITEMS. Trade books, paper, art & school supplies, tapes, CDs, videotapes, disks, food items, newspapers & magazines, batteries, and ink cartridges.

Online order shipping fees are non-refundable on returns. 



Francis Brush
, Director. (603) 358-2652

Helen Babonis, Assistant Manager. (603) 358-2137

Steven Russell, Assistant Textbooks/Computers. (603) 358-2645

Carole Kinsella, General Merchandise/Buyer. (603) 358-2245

Beth Cote, Accounting. (603) 358-2647

Laurie Neff, Customer Service Specialist. (603) 358-2650

Karl McGrath-Townsend, Shipper/Receiver. (603) 358-2648