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If you know the book you wish to order, enter the title or author into the search box below. Once you have found your book, click on the “shopping cart” icon to order your book on-line.
To order books through the mail, print out our Order Form.
To place an order by telephone, call 1-800-621-2736 (V), 1-888-630-9347 (TTY) or FAX 1-800-621-8476 Monday - Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Central Standard Time (CST). Bookstore, school, and library buyers should have an authorized Purchase Order (P.O.) number ready when calling.
*Please note that the Gallaudet University Press 800 number is for book orders and book information only.
Dealers, libraries, schools, and educational institutions may purchase on credit provided orders are submitted by authorized personnel using a Purchase Order (P.O.) number. When mailing orders, please address the P.O. to Gallaudet University Press, Chicago Distribution Center. If you use our order form, be sure to include the P.O. number on the form.
New customers and individuals must prepay orders; no Collect On Delivery (C.O.D.) orders will be accepted. When mailing orders, please include your check/money order for the total amount payable to Gallaudet University Press, or charge to your VISA or MasterCard account by filling out the credit card information on the order form. (Please remember to sign your name on the order form as it appears on your credit card.) To use our order form, see Order Form.
Orders can also be placed by telephone by calling 1-800-621-2736 (V), 1- 888-630-9347 (TTY); 1-773-568-1550 Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. CST, or FAX 1- 800-621- 8476, 773-660-2235. P.O. customers, please have your P.O. number ready. Credit card customers, have your VISA or MasterCard number and expiration date handy. Orders may be placed online, with payment by VISA or MasterCard only. To order online, return to the web page corresponding to the book you wish to order, then click on the shopping cart at the top or the bottom of the page. There is no extra charge for ordering online.
FOB Chicago, Illinois. Books will be shipped by the least-expensive trackable means, usually UPS or Motor Freight.
Please add $6.00 for the first book, and $1.25 for each additional book for shipping and handling. Orders delivered to more than one address must include shipping and handling costs for each destination.
U.S. currency only. Foreign P.O. customers will be billed actual shipping charges. Individual foreign orders shipping, add $9.50 for the first book, $6.00 for each additional book.
Discount schedules for dealers can be found in the ABA Book Buyer’s Handbook or they can be obtained from Gallaudet University Press (202-651-5488). Discount symbols for each book can be found at the end of the price listed on the book’s corresponding web page.
Returns may be made up to one year from invoice date if the books are current editions and in resalable condition. The previous edition of a title being replaced by a new edition may be returned within 180 days of the announced publication date of the new edition.
Invoice numbers, dates, and discounts must accompany returns for full credit. If returned books arrive damaged, no credit will be given. All return shipping charges must be prepaid.
Books damaged in transit or discrepancies in shipment must be reported within 30 days of the invoice date. Defective books will be replaced upon receipt of books with invoice number. Prior authorization is not required.
Videotapes are nonreturnable.
All prices and discounts are subject to change without notice. Books and other materials will be billed at the prices in effect at the time the order is received.
Gallaudet University Press will send a desk copy to professors/instructors who have adopted a book for their class. Requests should be made on the institution’s letterhead and include the title of the course and the number of students expected to enroll. Submit requests via mail, fax or email to:
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Gallaudet University Press will send an examination copy to professors/instructors who are considering adopting a book for their class. Requests should be made on the institution’s letterhead and include the title of the course and the number of students expected to enroll. If the book is not adopted, it must be returned within 60 days in the same condition it was received or the instructor/professor will be billed the full purchase price. Submit requests via mail, fax or email to:
Gallaudet University Press
Often, customers associate Gallaudet University Press and the Gallaudet University Bookstore. Gallaudet University Press offers only the books that we publish, all featured on our website. The University Bookstore carries some of our books, as well as Gallaudet University logo merchandise, etc. While we enjoy a good working relationship with the bookstore, we are not the same entity.