Textbooks for Extended Learning Division students

TEXTBOOK LISTS:

FALL 01-Courses beginning Sep 5/6

Online/JBLM »
College of Education and Counseling Psychology »

[CECP textbook list not available yet]

FALL 02-Courses beginning Oct 30/31

Online/JBLM »
College of Education and Counseling Psychology »

[CECP textbook list not available yet]

MBS Direct

Our online partner bookstore is MBS Direct. MBS Direct gives full refunds if courses are cancelled. Because of all of the possible versions (bundled, packaged, with CD-ROM, etc.) of the same book, there are many ISBNs - and often several editions - associated with each textbook. The ISBN shown on the textbook list is what we provide to the bookstore. Saint Martin's University cannot be held responsible for textbooks purchased through other sources.

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  • Using Title IV funds
    Expected credit balance

    All students with expected credit balances who are using Federal Title IV funds (Direct Loans, Perkins Loans, Pell grants or SEOG) to purchase their textbooks must have a completed refund request form on file with the University every time before a fall/spring/summer term starts. Please select "Yes" authorizing the application of ‘allowable charges’ on the form. Completed forms may be hand carried, faxed, scanned and emailed, or mailed to the JBLM Main and McChord Extended Learning Division campus offices, or to the Student Accounts office. Please contact Yume Shipley to request a book voucher to be issued through MBS Direct.

    For JBLM Main:
    Saint Martin’s University JBLM Main
    P.O. Box 33058
    6242 Colorado Ave.
    Joint Base Lewis-McChord WA 98433
    Fax: 253-964-0437

    For JBLM McChord:
    Saint Martin’s University
    62 AW/FSDE, Building 851, Lincoln Blvd., Ste 337
    Joint Base Lewis-McChord WA 98438-1317
    Fax: 253-589-1392

    For the student accounts office, Lacey Campus:
    Saint Martin’s University
    Office of Student Accounts
    5300 Pacific Avenue SE
    Lacey WA 98503-7500
    Fax: 360-438-4350

  • Using scholarships/voc rehab
    Book vouchers using scholarships/Chapter 31 voc rehab

    If you are planning to use scholarship or Chapter 31 vocational rehabilitation and employment funding to buy your textbooks, please register early. Once you register, we will verify your status and account balances and will forward the authorization to MBS Direct. An email from MBS with your authorization number will be generated and sent to your Saint Martin's email address between 24 to 48 hours after you register.

    If you have any questions, please contact Yume Shipley.

    Note! The last day to use scholarship or voc rehab funds to purchase textbooks, using MBS Direct, is one week after the start of the term. After that time, you can still purchase textbooks from MBS Direct at your own expense with a credit card.

Certiport Authorized Testing Center

Welcome to Saint Martin's Certiport Authorized Testing Center.  The testing location is the lower level classroom of O'Grady Library on the main campus of Saint Martin's University in Lacey. (Building 14 on the campus map.) Park as needed in lots N, O, or Q. Please follow the steps listed in the link below:

Get on the network

Network access is needed for university Web-mail, Self-Service, and Moodle. Even one-time or part-time students need access because official university email communication is done via Web-mail.

  • "I'm new. I need a network account."
    • Have your student ID number ready and go to SMU network account request form.
    • Within a business day of your request, you should receive your network username at the email address you designated in your request.
    • Activate your account by choosing a new network password of at least six characters.  (The password to begin is smu xxxx, where xxxx is the last four digits of your student ID number.)
  • "My network login is not working."
    • Access may be limited on government computers.
    • Make sure your "caps lock" key is not on.
    • To request password reset, email help@stmartin.edu.
    • when prompted to reset your password, select a password of 6-14 characters, with a mix of caps, numbers and special characters.

FAQs

  • Drop, add, or withdraw from a class

    The deadlines for adding a course, dropping a course with and without refunds, and withdrawing from a course with a grade of "W" are listed in each course schedule. Submit your completed request form to your Extended Learning campus.

  • Attending classes on JBLM

    JBLM Base Passes

    Students who need eight-week base passes must come to a visitors' center at either the Lewis-Main or McChord main gate (from I-5) a few hours early on the first day of class.
    Visitors' center personnel will need to see a student's driver's license, vehicle registration, current proof of insurance, and Saint Martin's course schedule in order to issue a temporary base pass.
    Students can go to the "finances" tab of Self-Service and print a student statement that shows current courses, or request a copy from a Saint Martin's JBLM office.

    Other JBLM resources and policies »