Beck’s Bookstore is your source for Northeastern Illinois University textbooks, apparel and supplies. Beck’s Bookstore is conveniently located near the Student Union and Information Center in Village Square.
Stop in, browse through their expansive selection of merchandise, and take advantage of the option to purchase, rent and sell new and used textbooks. Beck’s also has competitively priced software and computer products that can be special-ordered.
The store has a wide variety of merchandise including:
- Textbooks and school supplies
- Teacher’s aides
- Northeastern accessories and apparel
- Greeting cards, gifts and souvenirs
- Snacks and drinks
Serving the Northeastern community since 1961, Beck’s is a family-owned and operated business. Beck’s is a certified Female Business Enterprise (FBE) currently operating seven brick-and-mortar stores as well as three online stores.
Located inside Beck’s Bookstore, Quartet Copies offers a full range of digital printing, wide-format printing and copying services. They are available for all your personal and business project needs—marketing materials, presentations, artistic or academic projects.
Phone: (773) 442-5320
Monday – Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. and Friday 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
During the beginning of each semester, Beck’s has extended store hours throughout the week and some Saturdays.
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