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Ole Miss Barnes & Noble Officially Opens At The Jackson Avenue Center

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New Barnes & Noble at The Jackson Avenue Center

The Ole Miss Barnes & Noble bookstore has moved to the Jackson Avenue Center while the Ole Miss Student Union on campus undergoes renovations.

The new Barnes & Noble opened last week at the Jackson Avenue Center, their current hours are Monday through Saturday from 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. However when students arrive back in 2017 for the Spring semester, store hours will be extended.

Barnes & Noble’s previous location at the Student Union is completely closed, and the grand opening for their new location will be around when the Spring semester begins when the students are back.

Students enrolled in winter intercession in early January 2017 will use the new Barnes & Noble location to pick up their textbooks for their class.

The Jackson Avenue Barnes & Noble store will have everything that the old store did except for the Starbucks coffee cafe. Like the old location, there is still a section of the store with snacks and coolers with sodas, water and juices available for purchase. An added feature of the new store will be a Keurig available to grab coffee on the go.

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Parking will be much more convenient for off campus students to stop in to Barnes & Noble as anyone can park at the Jackson Avenue Center. Stopping in quickly to purchase a scantron or books will be much easier than it was on campus where students had to find a place to park and walk to the Student Union. All Ole Miss parking passes work for parking spots at the Jackson Avenue Center and for on campus students, the Brown Line O.U.T. bus makes stops every few minutes to and from campus.

Renting textbooks will be the same process as it has been previously where students can order their books online and go pick up at the store. Barnes & Noble’s price matching feature will also still be the same to make it more convenient for students to order through the official Ole Miss bookstore.
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“We will be ramping up that program and adding more come January with what students can price match from. As of right now we will price match from Amazon.com itself, not any 3rd parties,” said the manager of the Ole Miss Barnes & Noble, Laurie Woo.

Woo is excited for making the bookstore more available to the Oxford community with the change of location as it will be more accessible to outside customers than before.

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