• Student Book Exchange 

    Buy and sell your textbooks.

    Student Book Exchange

    Are you, like most students, concerned about the high price of textbooks? If so, check out the Student Book Exchange located in the Oregon City campus Student Life and Leadership Office, CC 152. The book exchange is run by leadership students who understand how difficult buying and selling textbooks can be. 

    The exchange is open during the first two weeks of Fall, Winter, and Spring terms, and is also open during finals week of Fall and Winter terms. The book exchange does not take place Summer Term.

    If you're looking to buy textbooks, come to CC 152 to check out our inventory. If you wish to sell books, come to CC 152 to fill out a contract which includes information about the book as well as what you want to charge.

    Note:  CCC Associated Student Government charges $2 per contract as a handling fee and does not guarantee the sale of your book. ASG members simply facilitate the process.

  • Contact our Student Life and Leadership Office

    Oregon City - 19600 Molalla Avenue, Oregon City, Oregon 97045

    Call us: 503-594-3040

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