Carden met with Carolyn Elfland, associate vice chancellor for auxiliary services, Tuesday but the math major from Greensboro is not satisfied with the status of the issue.
After reportedly encountering some hostility from University officials, Carden said he was finally able to get an apology about the mishap from Elfland.
Elfland said she will follow up on the issue with other officials and discuss options for addressing the situation.
"We both agree that we want to reduce the number of errors in marking books.
"I plan to explore the way it is done now and process ways to reduce the number of errors," Elfland said.
"(Carden and I) had a good exchange of viewpoints and information, and I told him I would find out the answers to his questions," she said.
But Carden said his meeting with Elfland did not produce any concrete solutions to the problem with mis-labeled books.
He said Elfland will contact him next week to discuss her findings on the situation.
Last week, Student Stores Director John Jones said the markings could have been made by the publishers or simply were mistakes and that checking prices was a task Student Stores doesn't have the resources for.