Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

In 1974, sales at the Campus Bookstore reached $1 million dollars, with the profits used to provide campus services to students. In 1975, the bookstore had introduced a program of book runners—students handed a list of books to an employee who gathered the books for them—but complaints about long lines and congestion continued. During the summer of 1976, the bookstore received a remodel which helped relieve some of the congestion the facility encountered at the beginning of each semester. New computerized cash registers also replaced old electric models.