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It's better to buy your books after. Some professors might not even use some of the books that are labeled "required." It's all up to the teacher really.
You can always communicate with your professors ahead of time regarding books and if you can buy less expensive earlier editions of the textbooks that they assigned. I like to shop for books online. You can get used books at good prices such as Amazon, Half.com run by Ebay, and Barnes and Noble which also has a textbook website for buying and selling used books. There are plenty more of course. I hope that this helps.
Lots of people are. I am not, but I've heard it's a good program and I have friends in it.
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Written by Becca Titus
Goucher's academic atmosphere encourages creativity, curiosity, discovery, and critical thinking in all disciplines. All of Goucher's 32 majors have knowledgeable, accessible professors who are often happy to dedicate extra time and energy to students. While the visual/performing arts, social sciences, and communications/journalism majors are most popular, Goucher's English, biology, dance, and peace studies departments are also very strong. There are also terrific internship and fellowship opportunities available for students who seek them out, including the chance to take classes at other colleges near Goucher.
Another important thing to know about Goucher: It is the first college in the US to require a study-abroad experience. To make this possible, the school provides a $1,200 stipend for all students to help ease the cost of traveling. Studying abroad can take the form of a year or semester-long program, but there are also short-term ICAs (Intensive Course Abroads) available. The Office of International Studies is full of information, a great variety of programs, and friendly faces. They work hard to make sure every individual is as comfortable and well-informed as possible before this exciting experience.
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