Alumni Bookshop

Alumni Bookshop: UOW Used Books

Pre-loved books supporting students 

The Alumni Bookshop: UOW Used Books sells a diverse range of quality pre-loved books at very reasonable prices. All proceeds fund student equity scholarships and awards for excellence.  

It is open in a new location on the Wollongong main campus in building 15.G17, near Little Chimneys cafe.  

All book donations from students, staff, alumni and the community are accepted, including textbooks, fiction and non-fiction.  

In just over 20 years of operation, the Bookshop has raised more than $230,000 to support the financial security of students in need. This is thanks to the hard work and dedication of volunteers from a group of alumni who are members of the Campus Chapter

Buy or donate a book today to help support students!   

VOLUNTEER AT THE BOOKSHOP

To volunteer or for more information about donating books, phone +61 2 4221 5977 or email alumni@uow.edu.au

Last reviewed: 18 February, 2015

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