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APS Textbook Center for Dual Credit Students

Our department coordinates the required textbooks for APS high school students taking dual credit classes.

We cannot provide dual credit textbooks to: APS charter schools, private, home school or out of district students.

If you attend an APS charter high school or another type of school outside of the regular APS district, see the dual credit contact person at your school for textbooks.

Where Is My Textbook? 

FALL 2022 Textbook Pickup Instructions

Fall Term 2022 term updates:

The APS Textbook Center for Dual Credit Students has outlined key dates and guidelines that will assist APS dual credit students with receiving their intersession and summer semester college textbooks.

Click this link to read the Fall 2022 Textbook Pickup Instructions

  • If you have physical textbooks from previous semesters, you may keep the textbooks there are no fines or fees. All online access codes or eBooks expire on their own.
  • CNM Intersession Students: For CNM classes that begin on Aug 8 or 15, you may pick up required textbooks at the CNM Main Campus Bookstore beginning Aug 1, 2022.
  • CNM Regular Start Classes: For regular or late start CNM classes that begin on August or after, APS students may begin picking up their required textbooks beginning August 17th, 2022.
  • BEFORE you make a trip to the CNM Bookstore, make sure you have filled out our online form, Where is my textbook and received an email confirmation that your textbooks are ready to pickup. Going to the bookstore without contacting us first may result in delays and/or unnecessary trips and hassles.
  • Bookstore hours vary, check the CNM Main Campus Bookstore before you make a trip. 
  • The Dual Credit Textbook Instructions has all of the steps to make picking up your fall 2022 required college textbooks easy.
  • Communicate with us through the Where is my textbook online form. Request textbooks, find out the status of your textbooks or ask questions. You may also call our office telephone at: (505) 848-8897. 
  • CNM dual credit students should pick up their textbooks at the CNM Main Campus Bookstore. A CNM ID is required to pick up textbooks and students should inform the bookstore staff that they are an APS dual credit student. Please see below for detailed information. 
  • UNM dual credit students will receive e-Textbooks to their UNM email account and physical textbooks are shipped to the address provided in the Where is my textbook form.

YOU MUST BRING YOUR CNM ID CARD WHEN YOU GO TO THE CNM BOOKSTORE to pick up your textbooks. If you need to get a CNM ID card, you can get one at the CNM Main Campus Student Services Center – SSC 111 on a walk-in basis. They are open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Picking Up CNM or UNM Textbooks:

Textbook Pick Up Process:

The process for APS students picking up CNM textbooks has changed from picking up textbooks at our book room to picking them up at the Main Campus CNM Bookstore located at 719 University SE, Albuquerque, N.M. 87106, Get Directions

APS dual credit students should go to the CNM Main Campus Bookstore to pick up their required materials. Students will need to inform the CNM bookstore staff they are APS Dual Credit students and must have their CNM ID card with them to the bookstore to pick up their textbooks. The bookstore's hours vary so to save your time and gas.

CNM Bookstore Information


You must bring your CNM ID to pick up textbooks. CNM IDs are being issued at CNM main campus, Student Activities office, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on a walk-in basis. No appointment is needed.

CNM All Digital Textbooks

Students are strongly encouraged to register for CNM classes that use the all-digital textbook delivery called "includED". It is a program that electronically delivers the required book automatically to the student on the first day of class through your CNM Brightspace. Information should also be included on your course syllabus provided on the first day of class.

UNM Textbooks

  • UNM students should fill out our online form – Where is my textbook – to request their textbooks for the summer term.
  • UNM students will receive eTextbook access codes to their UNM email address. Physical textbooks will be shipped from the UNM Bookstore to the address the student provided on their Where is my textbook form.

We cannot provide for "waitlisted" classes. Once you get into your waitlisted class, email your UNM class schedule to: Valerie Valdez at .


The Dual Credit textbook Center handles the distribution and collection of all dual credit textbooks for high school students that attend a regular APS high school or high school of choice. 

This website is designed to show how easy it is to obtain the required textbooks for dual credit classes and also answers common questions about the dual credit textbook procedures. 

Textbook Pick-up Process

Our textbook pickup process has changed since COVID.

  • For CNM classes, students pick up textbooks at the CNM Main Campus Bookstore.
  • For UNM classes, students receive eBook access codes to their UNM email account and physical textbooks are shipped from the UNM bookstore to the address the student provided on their Where is my textbook form.

Are My Textbooks Ready?

Save yourself a trip! Here are three easy ways to find out if your dual credit textbooks are ready to pick up: 

  • Use our easy online form to find out if textbooks are ready before making a trip to the bookstore. Go to: Where is my Textbook?
  • Call our front desk telephone: (505) 848-8897
  • Contact your textbook representative directly:
    • CNM students that attend Albuquerque High, Atrisco Heritage Academy, Cibola, Del Norte, Early College Academy, Eldorado, Freedom, Highland, and La Cueva contact:
      Suzanne Pineda-Levison by email at .
    • CNM students that attend Manzano, Nex-Gen Academy, New Futures, Sandia, Valley, School on Wheels, Volcano Vista, West Mesa, and Transition Services contact: 
      Joela Bezzeg by email at .
    • All UNM students and CNM students that attend College & Career (CCHS) contact: Valerie Valdez by email at

Digitally Accessed Course Material

Beginning fall 2018 term, select CNM classes will use digitally accessed (electronic) required course materials called includED® (also called, bookstore fee). If you register for a course using includED® digital materials, you do not need to pick anything up from our site.

To find out about textbooks for your courses, fill out our online form: Where is my Textbook?

About Textbook Access Codes

There are no replacements for online codes or other consumable materials. APS students are entitled to one copy of a textbook/access code (digital or print format) per student for each class required a textbook/access code, per semester.