Faculty Led Program - Italy
Drs. Katherine Panagakos and Laura Zucconi
Permission of instructor is required for participation.
Depart the U.S.
Arrive in Rome.
Move into hotel; Orientation; Lunch.
Walking tour of Rome; Group Dinner
Morning: Colosseum, Forum and Palatine Hill; Afternoon: Trajan Market and the Circus Maximus
Vatican City - full day
Depart for Naples
Visit Naples Archeological Museum, Group Lunch. Pompeii, then hotel check-in. Group dinner
Visit Mount Vesuvius - climb up to crater. Group lunch, Herculaneum. Evening return to Rome - check into hotel
Capitoline Museum, followed by free time in Rome. You are suggested to visit Caracalla, Forum Boarium, or spend the afternoon checking out the quaint neighborhood of Trastevere
Guided tour of Appia Antica; visit the church of San Clemente (including the underground excavations), San Pietro in Vincoli, San Giovanni in Laterano
(optional: climb the Scala Sancta, or holy stairs), Santa Maria Maggiore and Santa Prassede
Visit Galleria Borgese and gradens; free time to explore Rome suggested visits to the Capuchin Crypt (a very unique site!), the Spanish Steps or more of Rome’s many famous churches (Santa Maria degli Angeli, Santa Maria del Populo, etc.). Farewell Dinner.
Depart for the U.S.
Program Price: $3,350
May 13 $350 (non-refundable deposit) This deposit requires completion of the attached form, to be presented to Bursar at the time of deposit
August 9 $600
September 6 $600
October 4 $600
November 8 $600
December 6 $600
Payments are due by date indicated, and can be made in the amount greater than, but not less than, the minimum. Lump sum deposits are acceptable and must be arranged with Carisa Calabrese of Bursar:
$200 study abroad fee Charged to your Spring 2020 Bursar bill, becomes a part of your tuition/fees;
$250 supplemental Minimum you are advised to bring with you to Italy to cover cost of meals not included in program;
$110 passport fee Minimum fee required to apply for a new/renewed U.S. passport.
Payments can be made in any one of two ways:
1. In person at the Bursar’s office, via cash, check or credit/debit card; or
2. Through the Bursar tab in your goPortal, via credit/debit card, or electronic check.
Payments being made before July 1, 2019 must be made in person at the Bursar’s office, and must be accompanied by the attached Deposit Form.
If you plan to use financial aid to fund your program costs, you must meet with the Lynda Nagy or Jenifer Robin of Financial Aid at least 2 days prior to the first deposit due date (please schedule an appointment via the link in my signature). A standard Cost Sheet for the Italy program is attached for your convenience, we will discuss it during our appointment.