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Welcome to the ACTEX Homepage for Professors

We're here for you, so you can be there for them

We've done our best to bring topics to you that you may find informative as a professor of actuarial science. Whether you're involved in a well established CAE university program, or looking to start a new program to help students succeed in the actuarial exam process, you will find many topics of interest here.

If, during your visit, you think of any questions we haven't thought to answer, or if you would simply rather speak to a professional, please contact us!

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Professors' Guide to Actuarial Education

In this guide you will find answers to questions you may have about starting or expanding the actuarial program at your university. You will also find information on how to guide students interested in actuarial science if your college university does not have an actuarial science concentration.

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Our Resident Actuary Can Help

We look forward to supporting your actuarial science program. If you would like to speak with our staff actuary about your program or about ACTEX products, email

Request A Desk or Examination Copy

Instructors are encouraged to request copies of ACTEX Learning titles to examine for possible course use, and we offer complimentary desk copies to academics and professionals who have adopted a text as required reading for a course.

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Browse the ACTEX Academic Series of Textbooks

These textbooks are widely used in college classrooms world-wide and cover all syllabus material for the respective SOA exam. Each textbook is designed with actuarial exam preparation in mind.

Browse a list of syllabus approved textbooks

Considering A Study Manual for Course Adoption?

We are pleased to announce that ACTEX Study Manual volumes are now available separately to professors and their students for use in a course. Send an e-mail to or call (800)282-2839 for more information.

View our collection of study manuals