Bookshop

The SRC provides a Second Hand Bookshop service, so students can save money buying course texts and make money selling their old books as well.

Bookshop

Tel: 0141 330 5360
Email: bookshop@src.gla.ac.uk

Bookshop Opening Times:

The Bookshop will be open 11am-3pm each day from 8th September to 12th September. Normal term-time opening hours of 9.30am-4pm will resume the following week beginning 15/09.

People wishing to sell books

Please email the bookshop at: bookshop@src.gla.ac.uk with a list of the books you wish to sell including their year of publication, one of the staff will reply within a few days to let you know if they are able to take all your titles. This will save you carrying books into us which you may need to take back.  Remember to take them to the Welcome Point, and not the bookshop as it is currently closed.

People wishing to buy books

While the bookshop is closed, you can still search our stock online and reserve books by emailing the bookshop at: bookshop@src.gla.ac.uk. Reserved books must be collected by the date arranged or they will be put back on sale. Please allow us a few days to find your book(s) and send you an email to let you know we have found them BEFORE you come to buy them from the Welcome Point.  During the period Sept 3rd to 31st October we are unable to reserve books as the bookshop is extremely busy during this period limiting time for staff to look out reserved book stock.

For anyone wishing to collect funds

Please come to the SRC Welcome Point with your tickets between 10am and 3pm; you must know which of your books have sold and present us with the corresponding receipts. The receipt IDs will be in the email you receive to say your books have sold.

Or email bookshop@src.gla.ac.uk to arrange a bank transfer.

To Uplift Books

Please email us at bookshop@src.gla.ac.uk to let us know which of your books to uplift. Please allow us a few days to find your book and send you an email to let you know we have found it BEFORE you come to collect it from the Welcome Point.