Campus store offers online resources amid Union closure

Textbooks in the union ready to be sold. (File photo by Bailey Nobrega | Collegian Media Group)

After the first case of COVID-19 was reported in Johnson County, Kansas State moved towards suspending in-person classes for the remainder of the semester started limiting operations on campus.

The K-State Student Union, which is home to the campus store, is also closed. Despite the closure, the store is offering some resources for students who might need them.

Their website says they are offering free shipping with no minimum purchase, access to e-Books with no additional charge and free shipping on rental returns.

Furthermore, rental grace periods will be extended by 15 days. Students can also sell back books online.

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