Exam and Desk Copies
For faculty in the USA and Canada: On behalf of Princeton University Press, Ingram Academic processes exam and desk copy requests for print books to be shipped to qualified instructors in the United States and Canada. Requests for exam and desk copies should be submitted at ingramacademic.com. If you have a question about placing a request from IngramAcademic, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ingram Academic Guidelines
Qualified professors in the United States and Canada are entitled to desk copies of adopted titles based on the total enrollment for the class. Please allow 2–3 weeks for delivery.
Enrollment 1–30 = One (1) desk copy
Enrollment 31–50 = Two (2) desk copies
Enrollment 51+ = Three (3) desk copies
For further information, visit https://www.ingramacademic.com/find-books-exam-desk-copy-policy/
Ingram Academic Fees for Exam Copies
$5.00 USD per paperback exam copy
$10.00 USD per hardcover exam copy
We make certain core textbooks available to qualified faculty at no charge. These books are identified on the Ingram Academic website.
Ingram Academic Backorders
If you place an exam copy request for a book that has not yet been published, we will backorder your request for twelve (12) months. If the book you requested is temporarily out of stock, we will backorder your request for 90 days.
For faculty Latin America and Asia (except Japan):
To request a print exam or desk copy, email the book title, author, your full name and title, course name, term, enrollment, telephone, an institutional email address and university shipping address to: email@example.com
Digital Examination Copies
Many of our titles are available to professors for inspection in electronic format, free of charge. Please visit one of these services to submit your digital examination request online. Some restrictions apply.
Solutions or Instructor’s Manual Requests
Manuals for Princeton University Press textbooks are available in electronic format. Please email your name, institution, a complete university shipping address, course name, enrollment, semester, book title, ISBN and/or author to firstname.lastname@example.org. Use the subject line “Solution Manual Request.” Requests are subject to approval and are intended for teaching faculty only.