Campus Services


There is an ATM located in the McMahon Centennial Complex (MCC). The ATM is provided by City National Bank and is available during regular building hours. All major debit/credit cards are accepted; fees my be incurred.


* Please retain your sales receipt. It is required for all refunds

The CU Bookstore is your one-stop shop for all your Aggie gear, course materials, supplies, and software.  Additionally, we offer some U.S. Postal Services..  We are conveniently located on the 1st Floor inside the McMahon Centennial Complex and are normally open Monday-Friday during the Fall & Spring Semesters (limited hours between semesters & during the summer).  Our friendly and knowledgeable staff are here to serve you – so come in and see us!

HOURS:  Varies, please check website or posted hours in front of the bookstore..

CONTACT INFO:  (580) 581-2375, email:, or shop 24/7 from our website at

CU-DUNCAN:  During the normal semester days, bookstore Internet orders can be delivered to the Duncan office free of charge (restrictions apply, phone or come by for details).

COURSE MATERIALS:  We have the most options – New – Used – Rental – Digital.

          Used = 25% savings off new.

          Digital = 35% savings off printed new, on average.

          Rental = 50% or more savings off new, on average.

To learn more about Digital options or to preregister for Text Rental, please visit our website.

PAYMENT:  The CU Bookstore accepts cash, personal checks (no temp checks), MasterCard, VISA, American Express, Discover, Branded Debit Cards, as well as Financial Aid (via vouchers as approved by the University).  Please note: the postal station inside the bookstore can only accept cash or checks for payment.

Important Information

* Original Sales Receipt is required for all refunds and/or exchanges *

** A valid picture ID is required for all non-cash payments, except debit **

*** A valid picture ID is required for all rentals, buybacks, & order pick-ups ***

REFUNDS/EXCHANGES:  In general, we gladly accept refunds and/or exchanges with an original receipt and with the merchandise in original condition within the allotted timeframes – restrictions apply, please visit our website or you can view the complete policy inside the CU Bookstore.

BUYBACK:  Buyback is conducted every day the store is open for business; however, the optimum time to re-sell books is at the end of the semester during finals week.  The value of course materials is based on: supply/demand, condition, & completeness.

DEFECTIVE:  If you purchased/rented defective merchandise, immediately notify the bookstore so we can assist you – you will need to present the original sales receipt for all refunds, exchanges, or other accommodations.

For further information, Please contact your friendly CU bookstore staff

Community Service and Service Learning

Community service is integral to a productive and involved populace.  As such, Cameron University promotes local volunteerism activities for students, faculty, and staff.  Cameron hosts many student organizations, most of whom support community service as part of a mission statement.  Cameron also partners with local agencies to provide volunteerism opportunities for both groups and individual students. 

A listing of currently available opportunities can be found at

Food Services

Cameron University Food Service welcomes you to campus. We look forward to meeting you as you dine with us this year. Your comments, suggestions, and menu ideas are always appreciated. Do not hesitate to discuss them with the Food Service Director. Your input is important in our efforts to provide a top quality food service program.

Food service hours follow:

Shepler Cafeteria

Breakfast         7:00 a.m. -  9:30 a.m.
Lunch             11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Dinner              5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Brunch           10:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Dinner             5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

McMahon Centennial Complex (MCC) Davis Student Union

Food surveys will be distributed periodically in the cafeteria. All surveys are reviewed and discussed by the Dining Committee.

General Information

  • Flex cash can be used at either the MCC or cafeteria.
  • All unused flex cash during a fall semester will roll over to the spring semester as long as the student has a meal plan for the spring semester.  Should a student not have a meal plan for the spring semester, any unused flex cash from the fall semester will be lost. 
  • Any unused flex cash at the end of a spring semester will be lost.  No flex cash will roll or carry over at the end of the spring semester.
  • For short weeks (Fall Break, Thanksgiving break, etc.), the number of meals on your plan will prorated to the number of days that week.  Break periods are not included in meal plans, and meals are not served during Thanksgiving and Spring Break.
  • Menus and special events will be posted.  For questions, call x2387.  Visit the Food Service website.
  • Food surveys will be distributed periodically in the cafeteria.  All surveys are reviewed and discussed by the Dining Committee.

Cameron Cash

Opening a Cameron Cash Account is a convenient way of making “Cash Free” food purchases on campus. You will be able to make food purchases without being charged sales tax. For more information on the convenient, money saving service, inquire at One Stop in the McMahon Centennial Complex (MCC).

Changing Meal Plans

  • Meal plans can only be changed during the first two weeks of the semester.
  • You can change your meal plan by visiting the Student Housing Office.

Commuter Plans

Commuter meal plans are available for those students who do not live in campus housing but are interested in dining regularly in the cafeteria.  There are two plans available- 10 meals per semester and 30 meals per semester.  Contact the Business Office to add a commuter plan to your account.

The cafeteria is open to all students, regardless of whether or not you have purchased a meal plan.  See the Cameron Dining website for the door prices for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Dining Committee

The Dining Committee is comprised of residents and a representative from the Residence Hall Association (RHA) and the Student Government Association (SGA). The committee meets regularly to discuss improving the on-campus food services program. The goals of the Dining Committee are 1) to solicit input from residents regarding the quality of the food services program, 2) to serve as a resource for residents to answer food services questions, 3) to provide input on food services projects to the university, and 4) to discuss food service issues and concerns and to provide suggestions for improvement. Residents can volunteer to serve on the Dining Committee by contacting the Director of Student Housing – x2392.

Cafeteria Rules and Regulations

  • To enter the cafeteria, you must have your Shepler ID Card or pay door prices.
  • The Cafeteria does provide some "to-go" meal options for students who may have class or work conflicts.  Food Services may limit what options are available for "to-go" meals from the Cafeteria and may deny a student the option of a "to-go" meal if the student is abusing the privilege.
  • Food cannot be taken from the cafeteria, with the exception of an ice cream cone.
  • Sick? And still need a meal? First, call the Executive Chef at ext. 2388. Then send your ID card down with a friend to pick up your meal.
  • Unless you have purchased a Block Meal Plan, you may not use your meal card for any guest. You can use Cameron Cash or Flex Dollars.
  • The cafeteria operates on an “All You Care to Eat” basis.
  • You are required to bus your own table.
  • All meal plans must be paid in full by the deadline for all Housing and Meal charges each semester.  Students who have an unpaid meal plan balance may have their meal plans suspended until full payment is received.  No missed meals will be refunded.
  • All other Residence Hall rules and regulations apply.

You are required to have your Student ID card to enter the cafeteria for meals.

ID Cards

Each Cameron University student must have an identification card which can be obtained at One Stop, located on the first floor of the McMahon Centennial Complex. 

ID cards are required for many purposes, such as use of the library and Aggie Rec Center, to sell books at the University Bookstore, and admission to various athletic, social, and cultural events. The ID card issued to a student enrolled in less than 12 hours does not grant admission to athletic, social, or cultural events.

Lost cards should be reported to One Stop. Replacement cards will cost $40.00.

The use of a Cameron University ID card by anyone other than the student to whom it was issued will result in disciplinary action for the students involved.

Identification must be presented upon request of a university official.


CU-Duncan: ID cards for CU-Duncan students are available on the Duncan campus.

One Stop

One Stop is located on the first floor of the McMahon Centennial Complex (MCC). One Stop provides a convenient way to accomplish a variety of tasks in one stop. Got questions? Get answers.

Call (580) 581-2393

Services Offered:

  • Student account payments
  • ID Cards
  • Parking Permits
  • Class Schedules
  • LATS bus passes
  • General Information

Post Office

Cameron Students have access to the U.S. Post Office, right here on campus. There is a substation located inside the Cameron Bookstore on the 1st Floor of the McMahon Centennial Complex.  Cameron students, as well as the community, can buy stamps and purchase money orders.  Additionally, students can post most letters and packages – some restrictions apply.

PAYMENT:  The postal station can only accept cash or checks for payment.

HOURS:  Usually Monday-Friday, during normal bookstore hours or until 4:30pm; however, the postal station closes daily for balancing (apx. 1:30pm-2:30pm), as well as for all federal/university holidays.   Hours can vary, so check with the bookstore by calling 581-2375.

Printing Services


  • 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
  • Monday - Friday


  • All Faculty, Staff and Students


  • Black and white copies
  • Color copies
  • Transparencies
  • Laminating
  • Large format printing
  • Presentations/projects/reports
  • Book binding


  • Printing services offers Cameron students, faculty and staff high quality copies, laminating, and binding at very economical prices. If you have a presentation, class project or report and want to make it the best it can be, stop in and let us help you!


  • Black & white copies (single sided) - $0.05
  • Black & white copies (double sided)  - $0.09
  • Color copies (81/2 x 11) - $0.64
  • Color copies (11 x 17)  - $1.27
  • Laminating (per foot) - $1.25
  • Large format printing - $5.00/sq ft (up to 44”)

It is the policy of Cameron University and Printing Services not to copy ANY copyrighted materials without written permission from the publisher. This includes textbooks.

Call 581-2459 or visit for more information.  The Print Shop is located in the basement of the Administration Building.

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