Obtaining textbooks for your classes is an easy process. Here are the quick steps.
1 - Register for class with the help of your advisor.
2 - Identify required textbooks from Book List for the specific academic term. Note the book title, authors, editions, and ISN number. The current textbook list is given below.
3 - Search the internet for the best price. Clearwater Christian College does not endorse any specific vendor.
If you need assistance, consider evaluation sites such as Mashable.
4 - Place your order and have it shipped to your preferred destination. Students often have purchases shipped directly to themselves at the college's address.
Most students and families are well informed with online purchases, return policies, and
challenges with shipping. Don't wait for the last moment to make your purchase. Remember
college students around the nation are doing the same thing so inventories may run low if you
wait too long. When possible, consider purchasing all your textbooks from the same vendor to
save time and minimize potential hassle.
The Book List may note that for some classes there is no required textbook. In those cases, the
instructor may provide materials in PDF format on the course website in Blackboard that you will
be required to download or print, or the instructor may offer a printed version of his/her PDF for
If you have questions about specific textbook orders, you should contact your vendor directly.
REMEMBER: You are responsible for resolving any problems with vendors. However, you may
contact your instructor or academic advisor by email for advice on specific problems or for help
in resolving course related questions.
A sophomore English major, Megan has come to be a part of the CCC family. "The main reason I wanted to come to CCC was because of the strong family-focused
atmosphere. With such a small campus, it is easy to get to know other students and faculty on a deeper level. I definitely found this to be true when my family
went through an extremely hard time about halfway through my freshman year. It was so encouraging to have many people in the college family telling me that they
were praying for me and encourage me through everything."