Use Your Phone/Tablet/Computer
We provide the textbook lists on-line and if you have a smart-phone, you can enter in your unit codes in store and find your text. To get your list, you’ll need the unit codes you have enrolled in.
You can confirm these by logging into to myUNE and checking your enrollment.
Titles held in stock will be sent to you immediately with an expected (average) delivery time of 2-5 days by Australia Post. International orders may take a little longer.
Not In Stock:
Title(s) not in stock will be sourced from our supplier and it is likely we have an existing order to maintain stock levels. You will see an approximate date when the text is due. Generally, if there is no date on the website, you might be looking at the wrong book and need to give us a call or an email. Titles in stock with our Australian suppliers take 1-4 weeks. Overseas suppliers take 3-6 weeks.
During busy times, there’s a rush on books. Placing your order online puts you ahead of the queue but does not guarantee stock is available every time. We reserve books you buy as soon as your order comes through but stock sometimes runs out quickly. We endeavour to refill stock before it runs out.
Unit Codes are an abbreviation of the unit name you are enrolled in. Rather than spell out the entire subject name, UNE provides you with a short code with the first two to four letters representing the department of study: (PSYC is for Psychology, LAW is for Legal Studies) and three numerical digits that define the level of study (usually 100 levels are first year, 300 levels are third year, 101 is a prerequisite for 102 and the like).
View the A-Z list of UNE unit codes. (Link to CAUC)
To find out what you have enrolled in, go to My UNE login and click on my study at the top of the page to view your units and their codes listed in a large box on the right with the heading “My Units and Services”.
Prescribed Text – This textbook is deemed essential by your course coordinator to complete the subject.
Recommended Text – These textbooks are deemed to be a useful resource by your course coordinator to aid you in the unit’s study. You may decide to purchase the text sometime throughout the unit and we try to hold a small quantity on hand for this purpose.
Reference Text – These textbooks provided some level of information used to develop the unit and therefore deserve recognition and a reference. They aren’t required to purchase for the unit.
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Should you experience any trouble with downloads, please contact us first and provide the code you are trying to access. Also provide the date you purchased. If you ordered online, your customer code helps us find the tax invoice required by publisher to reactivate code. If you ordered in store, please provide the receipt of purchase as your details are not on our system.
Phone: 02 6772 3468