Due to the availability in accommodations during the program period, not all of these housing options may be available for the Fall 2020 program. Please contact your Program Advisor for more information.
The housing placements for the Torino program are located throughout the city in three general neighborhoods: close to school, midtown, and downtown. You will enjoy the “walking culture” in Italy and enjoy the many cobblestone, pedestrian-only areas of the city. Regardless of where you live in the city, your neighborhood will become your world, complete with open markets within walking distance where you can buy fresh food each morning, cafes on every corner to choose from, banks, pharmacies, pizza and gelato shops, convenience stores, etc. to meet your daily needs.
Students share private apartments with other USAC students. The apartments are modestly furnished, including kitchen facilities and washing machines. No matter where you live, an extensive bus/metro system makes commuting to school easy. Most bedrooms are double occupancy and most apartments are shared by two to four USAC students. Single rooms may be available for a surcharge.
Occasionally there may be the opportunity to live with local Italian families or singles. However, this is a limited and availability cannot be guaranteed. This option is recommended for those sincerely interested in deep linguistic immersion and practice, and if with a family, assisting children to learn English.
The Residence Hall is a suitable option for those students who have an independent lifestyle but are used to group living, or for those who have high exposure to Italian and international students. The Residence Hall is co-ed. Apartments are fully furnished, and include Wi-Fi, weekly laundry and cleaning, and amenities are included.
Spring Accelerated (Jan-March): Open
Summer programs: Opens 9/1
Fall/Yearlong: Opens 9/1
Spring: Opens 9/1
Minimum GPA: 2.5
English | Italian
AACUPI--Association of American Colleges and Universities in Italy