The Western Dakota Tech Bookstore, located in Dakota Hall, offers a wide variety of school supplies and WDT apparel, in addition to required textbooks. Students are encouraged to keep their bookstore receipt for a variety of purposes, including tax preparation. The bookstore cannot issue duplicate receipts. All bookstore sales are cash, personal checks (for the amount of purchase only), credit card, or Western Dakota Tech Gift Card.Students can also purchase textbooks and more through the Western Dakota Tech Online Bookstore
Textbook ChargesWestern Dakota Tech students who have all their financial aid and admissions documents in place, and have completed all required steps, may be eligible for the Textbook Assistance Program. The Textbook Assistance program allows you to charge your required textbooks at the Western Dakota Tech Bookstore, and have those charges added to your tuition and fee account. You can simply have your financial aid applied to these charges when your aid is disbursed. It is important to note that you must have enough financial aid to cover all of these direct expenses in order to qualify. Contact the Student Accounts Office one week before classes start to see if you qualify.
Required Course MaterialWDT complies with Section 133 of the Higher Education Opportunities Act (PLL110-315) by providing students with access to required course material. Students may obtain this information at http://bookstore.wdt.edu and through their course instructors.
Book Return PolicyStudents may return books to the bookstore under the following guidelines:
During the official add period of the semester, students may return books, with a receipt, for a full refund.
After the official add period and before the end of the official drop period of the semester, students must present a drop slip or withdrawal paperwork, along with a receipt, in order to receive a full refund. No other refunds will be given. Books must be in
Textbooks sold with software may not be returned if opened.
Book Buy-Back PolicyThe WDT Bookstore offers a book buy-back at the end of the fall and spring semesters. The bookstore buys back books in the amount and the quantity shown on the current buy-back list.
Prices are quoted for relatively clean books with sound bindings.
Books with poor bindings or books that are worn or frayed may be purchased at lower prices.
Paperback books in poor condition have no value.
Books may be highlighted and underlined in the text. Very little ink pen writing is allowed. Pencil writing or marks must be erased.
Books previously purchased in new or used condition may qualify.
Receipts are not required.
Students funded by third-