"Loyola University Chicago Bookstores Prepare for Change in"
OFFICIAL NOTICE Loyola University Chicago Bookstores Prepare for Change in Management; Announce Plans for Students During Transition w w w. f he g . fo l l e t t . c o m Chicago, IL (March 26, 2009): The Loyola University Chicago contact Follett at the Rambler Shop which will be open from 9:00am Bookstores will close on Thursday, April 9, and officially reopen on to 3:00pm through the transition period. All locations both at Lake Monday, April 20, under the new management of the Follett Higher Shore Campus and and Water Tower Campus will resume regular Education Group of Oak Brook, Illinois. open hours effective April 20. You may also contact the bookstores via email at email@example.com. Upon reopening, the University’s bookstores will officially join the largest network of bookstores in the nation, the efollett.com network, Follett will operate the smaller, satellite location at the Rambler Shop which will provide access to the largest selection of used books on the Lake Shore Campus (in the Gentile Center) during this anywhere. closure. This remote location will offer basic class essentials, and access to all of the services of the traditional Loyola bookstores. If Loyola and Follett agreed that the transition should be made prior to faculty and students have any questions during this transition, please finals and graduation to ensure that students receive the best possible contact Dionne Damico at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the bookstore price for their books. Assuming management of the bookstores now beginning April 13 at LSC 773/508-7350 and WTC 312/915-7420. enables Follett to accurately compile a list of adopted course materi- als for subsequent terms, thereby offering the best possible price at Follett Higher Education Group of Oak Brook, IL, is the leading buyback. Follett is currently accepting faculty adoptions for summer provider of bookstore services and the foremost supplier of used and fall terms via efollett.com. books in North America. Follett services 4.5 million students and over 400,000 faculty members through more than 825 stores. Follett The change in bookstore management will not affect graduation, also services more than 1,600 independent campus stores with its as Follett will use the existing process from the current bookstore wholesale services, and has the most visited e-commerce collegiate operator and work with the same vendor so that all existing orders Web site, efollett.com, that provides services and products through a will be processed “as usual.” Any questions prior to April 13 should network of more than 900 campus stores. continue to be directed to the current store operators. Students who have any questions about graduation regalia after April 13 should CONTACT: Dionne Damico email@example.com