Campus Bookstore ~ The Nook
Welcome to the Nook - books, apparel, gifts and more!
The Nook strives to be "the source for collegiate retail services that exceeds diverse community needs by advancing learning and spirit through value, convenience, and innovation." Our goal is to sell merchandise and services at the lowest possible prices consistent with sound business practices. In addition to all required and recommended course materials, our diverse selection of reference books, spirit merchandise, school supplies and other products reflects the wide variety of backgrounds and interests that make our University a world class institution.
One of our primary goals is to provide for all your medical book buying needs whether you are a student, are completing residency, or are already a practitioner. We stock textbooks, supplies and an extensive selection of health science professional trade and reference books. Special orders are an essential part of our customer service!
The staff and management of the store continue to provide excellent customer service. We vow to be pleasant, courteous, helpful, knowledgeable and willing to go any reasonable distance to meet the needs of our customers. Our service philosophy is centered on flexibility and responsiveness. We believe that every customer has his own unique needs, every customer is a priority and we focus on doing what's right for the customer, no matter what it takes.
Our business will actively support both the professional and artistic community of which it is part and the neighborhood in which it is located. This support will primarily be in the form of goods, services and volunteer efforts.
Staying current with industry changes and anticipating evolving customer needs is very important to our mission; for that reason the bookstore is proud members of the National Association of College Store (NACS), the Ohio Association of College Store (OACS) and Connect2One
Cleveland's Bitter Pill: A Diagnosis of Injured Title Dreams and Die-Hard Fans
Tuesday, Dec. 1
NEOMED Olson Auditorium
You could write a book about the misery and heartbreak of Cleveland fans. Even with the return of LeBron, the resurgence of the Indians and a new Johnny in town, Cleveland has learned not to count on anything.
Open the pages to a history of the major bumps and detours of Cleveland sports franchises as told by a die-hard fan who also happens to be a sports medicine physician, Joseph Congeni, M.D. Find out the inside story on the injuries that have doomedd Cleveland's championship dreams for a half-century and get opinions on the impact its had on the resilient Cleveland fan base.
The event is free and open to the public. Dr. Congeni will be available to sign copies of his book, Cleveland's Bitter Pill. Books will be available for purchase a the event. A $2 discount will be available for anyone who pre-orders the book by Nov. 23 by contacting The NOOK bookstore at 330.325.6551 or email@example.com.