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Are You Wrapped Up for Fall?

Choose the Adoption Method that's Easiest for You

  • Fall Semester 18 adoptions are past due; please contact us right away
  • Spring Semester 19 adoptions will be due October 13

Below are five methods to adopt:

  1. Use our Online Adoption Tool
  2. Email – send the Excel Adoption Form for your campus to your Bookstore contact below
  3. Call your campus contact
  4. Visit the text department in your campus Bookstore to submit the Adoption Form if you prefer one-on-one consultation
  5. Send the Adoption Form via campus mail to the mail location for your Bookstore

If you need help, call us or stop in! We want to make adoption a smooth process for you and your department.



Call Andy Jones at 513-556-1296
TUC, Level 2
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Call Phillip Shepherd at 513-558-0033
ML 0719

Call Seth Lay at 513-745-5610
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Call Bryan Franke at 513-732-5309
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Semester Due by
For Spring October 13
For Summer March 15
For Fall April 15

Running late? Keep in touch.


New to Adoption, and
Want to Use the Online Tool?  

Check out these tips before you get started

If you're new to the Online Adoption Tool, you will need to register first (see blue box in image below). Once you create your account, you will use the Sign In fields.


Note: there is a video link at the top of the sign in page with information about the tool. It will require Adobe Flash Player to run.

The first field in the registration form is the store password. Use the password associated with your campus:

  • Uptown West - 0032
  • Uptown Medical - 0031
  • UC Blue Ash - 0030
  • UC Clermont - 0029
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Driving Student Success

Your Role is Critical to Our Students' Academic Experience

There's a direct correlation between timely and accurate course material adoption and the mission of the university. You support student success by helping to ensure they have the tools that reinforce classroom and online instruction.

Benefits of Timely and Accurate Adoption

  • Student financial planning and learning preparedness
  • Students are more informed for comparison shopping
  • Bookstores are better prepared to serve students
    • Facilitates buyback in current semester, resulting in more used materials next semester and financial return to students
  • Enhances university opportunities to negotiate pricing

And, It's Also Critical

  • Even if faculty inform students via Blackboard or syllabus
  • Even if you recommend students comparison shop elsewhere
  • Even if there are no materials required for a course (that's an adoption, too!)
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Do You Adopt or Submit Adoptions?

We'd Like to Stay in Touch

Complete the form below to:

  • Receive adoption and affordability updates
  • Help us help you find missing adoptions
  • Let you in on exclusive events
  • Build a community of adopters to share information and tips