General Ernie Reid Bookstore
CMC has your back!
Every student enrolled in one or more courses for the spring 2022 semester will receive a voucher of up to $500 to use at our CMC Bookstore. Through the Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF – Federal COVID Funding), we are able to offer all students this assistance for purchasing books and supplies through the CMC Bookstore.
Starting Wednesday, January 12th, all you have to do is come into our CMC Bookstore, located in the 300 Quad, with your student ID and proof of registration. When you get to the register with the books and supplies you are purchasing for the semester, our wonderful bookstore staff will issue you a credit of up to $500 for your purchase.
CMC’s policy is that masking is required in all indoor spaces, regardless of vaccination status, so please make sure to have your mask on when inside the CMC Bookstore.
If you have any questions, please contact Kathy Barger, Store Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope you have a wonderful spring semester!
The Campus Store is located in the south side of the 300 Quad, adjacent to the Library. It’s your one stop shop at Copper Mountain College.
The Bookstore offers Textbooks, Supplies, Apparel (Clothing), Snacks, Candy, Soda, Gifts, and more.
• Textbooks are sold New and Used and also offer book rental on certain titles. Click here to learn more.
• Price Matching is offered on textbooks. Some restrictions apply. Click here to learn more.
• Also offered is the Buy-Back Program – During Finals Week bring your textbooks to the Campus Store and we will check them to see their eligibility for buy-back (Cash-in-hand) *We reserve the right to pass judgment on the condition of returned items*
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Closed Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and all school holidays
Along with sales on general merchandise throughout the year, the bookstore will usually host a public event once a year.
The Bookstore was officiated in December 2007 by Mary ‘Lou’ Reid and was named in honor of her late husband Commanding General Ernie Reid for his many contributions to Copper Mountain College.