Whats the difference between the Course Announcement Bulletin and the Brown Course Catalog (book-format) that the Registrar mailed to me?
The Course Announcement Bulletin (CAB) is a book that is distributed every spring just before pre-registration for the fall term. It contains course listings and times for the following year, explanations of how to register, as well as a blank weekly schedule to help you organize your classes. (If you don’t already have a copy, you can pick one up at the Registrar’s Office on the third floor of University Hall). BUT, the CAB only contains information from the time it is printed. By the time the fall semester rolls around, and especially by the spring and summer semesters, the CAB is already out-of-date for some courses. Teachers decide to take time off, courses are dropped, and times are changed. So the CAB is probably a good visual and physical resource to help you in your search for courses (especially if you like to circle and cross off things on a list), but definitely not what you should base all of your course choices on. The most accurate resource available for you to consult wh
- Whats the difference between the Course Announcement Bulletin and the Brown Course Catalog (book-format) that the Registrar mailed to me?
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