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View our new book, The Graduate's Almanac.
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Full of humor and good advice, the book explains all the
Life 101 topics rarely taught in school:
- dinner etiquettetravel insurance
- buying vs. leasing a carHMOs and PPOs
- sassy words like "deductions"alumni giving
- remote worktaxes
- auto insuranceapartment leases
- and much more...
"I’d like to see the book before I decide to order."We send free samples to organizations possibly interested in a large quantity purchase (no strings attached).
To request your free copy, send us your full mailing address.
Samples are usually sent out on Friday, so please let us know if your request is time sensitive.
If you'd like a copy for personal use or for a student reference library, we kindly ask that you purchase the book.
What's new in The Graduate's Almanac?
Lots! Read all about our new book for the '20-'21 year.
Why is it titled The Graduate's Almanac?
One definition of an almanac is "a handbook, typically published annually, containing information of general interest." The name is unique and describes our content well.
You can change the title if you customize the book.
How often do you update your books?
We usually make minor edits (e.g., pop-culture references) every two to three years. Most of the content is timeless. The book was last updated in late 2020.
Can I get a sample copy to review?
Yes, request your free copy.