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The New Price Match Program!!

Faculty and StudentsIf you find an identical in-stock textbook for rent or purchase priced lower elsewhere, tell us. We’ll match it, right at the register! Prices matched against Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Chegg, or a local competitor.

 

  

Excludes peer-to-peer marketplaces, Amazon’s warehouse deals (Gold Box), aggregator sites, digital books and publisher-direct prices. Price adjustments provided at time of purchase to customers with a printed screenshot or ad shown via mobile device of a competitively-priced textbook, or within 7 days of the original transaction with original receipt. If the book is rented, the rental period must be the same as the bookstore’s. In-store only. Purchase and price adjustment differences will be provided on a store gift card. See store associate for full details. For questions, contact: Marcy Montgomery, Bookstore Manager, Tel: 251.675.4686, email: mymontgomery@follet.com

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Private Visit & Group Tours
 
The University of Mobile invites you schedule
your personalized visit of our campus.

 

 
  Available Monday-Friday, 9am-3pm by appointment only
 
Group tours are available for churches,
schools, and other organizations.
 
  For group tours call 251.442.2222
 
  *A $2,000.00 scholarship is available to new traditional undergraduate students who schedule a campus visit, apply for admissions, and enroll at Umobile. This scholarship awards $250 per semester up to 8 consecutive semesters attended. Only one UM Visit Scholarship is available per person.
 

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