|Our One Stop Shop in the Memorial Theatre Foyer on Level 1 of the Student Union Building is the place to get all your textbooks and notes for undergraduate courses taught at the Kelburn Campus. Access is from Mount Street, with wheelchair access from the atrium. A lift connects the Ground Floor entrance and the 3rd floor entrance to the atrium on Level 1.|
Hours: Monday to Friday, February 7th - February 25th; 9am - 5pm; February 28th - March 10th: 8am - 6pm (Closing 12pm March 11th - after this date please go to the main Kelburn shop).
Post-graduate and Open Polytechnic books and notes are available from our Kelburn shop on the 3rd Floor of the Student Union Building - pedestrian access from Kelburn Parade, Gate 3, vehicles via Gate 7 carpark entrance. Wheelchair access via Easterfield and Kirk buildings.
Outside term time hours: Monday to Friday, 8am - 5pm;
Term time hours (from February 28th): 8am - 6pm.
Requirements for Pipitea-based classes can be purchased from our Pipitea shop, on the Ground floor of Rutherford House - flat access entrance off Bunny St.
Outside term time hours: 9am - 6pm; February 28th - March 11th: 8am - 6pm;
Term time hours: 8.30am - 6pm.
You can also check and print your book & notes requirements and make purchases online: www.vicbooks.co.nz.
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