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Oct 4, 2010

Cabin 36 Turned to a Week Bookstore.

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Mr. Paul Craft, deputy to the provost of the American University of Iraq-Sulaimani, announced that students must have their books bought from the newly established Bookstore located in the Cabin36.

The One Week Bookstore 

The Bookstore will be open only for one week, from Monday, October 4 to Monday, October 11. Meanwhile, students are required to visit the office of the registrar to have their official fall semester schedules and $100 as the newly placed textbook price.
At the end of the Fall Semester textbooks that are in good condition might be repurchased from the student for a discount on new textbooks. Therefore, students are encouraged to keep their course books in good condition. 

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4 Comments: on "Cabin 36 Turned to a Week Bookstore."

Anonymous said...

This is totally far behind what I was thinking about the US universities around. I thought the scholarship students are really in the scholarship condition..!
I think if the new provost locate cabin 36 outside the campus, it would be much more understandable. And, I want to tell you(new provost) this is not the way to getting money for the new campus and cabin 36 is not a bookstore, it is a classroom.
BESIDES, I think Iraq is a good place for making money

Anonymous said...

Schedule is at Registrar Office, but the $100 should be paid to Finance, I beleive, at the book store.

somebody said...

I guess most of the students can and will pay the money. so why making troubles, we will have to pay anyway.

Anonymous said...

I have nothing to say,,,,,,,we need thousands of dollars to graduate from the AUI-S, all students and their families will bankrupt even rich people. I think that someday the university will ask about everything in your house to take such as money.

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