Field trips are subject to change. Please contact us for more information.
You are encouraged to participate on the organized field trips, in addition to the field trips built into some of your courses. Destinations may change at the discretion of the Resident Director.
The following are possible destinations, view term calendars for specifics. Due to continually evolving COVID-19 regulations some tours and field studies may or may not be available during the term you choose to study abroad.
Explore the capital and the largest city in Italy, with its Roman ruins, imperial temples, medieval towers, Renaissance palaces, and baroque basilicas. Its artistic treasures are highlighted throughout the city in museums and monuments. There will also be plenty of time to eat and relax in the many cafés Rome has to offer.
Enjoy Civita di Bagnoregio, also known as the dying city, a village perched on a hill - known for its amazing views. You'll also visit Orvieto, with its significant cultural heritage, fascinating traditions, and unique cathedral.
Visit the picturesque medieval town of Spoleto, site of the world-famous Festival dei Mondi, with its beautiful views over the Umbrian hills, charming piazzas and amazing cathedral. Hike atop the Marmore Waterfalls, the biggest manmade waterfalls in Europe, and enjoy a breathtaking view.
Visit a beautiful medieval hill town in southern Tuscany and, weather permitting, enjoy a swim in the Mediterranean Sea. Explore a fantastic sculpture garden based on the Tarot cards, designed by Niki de St. Phalle in the spirit of Gaudi.
Visit this beautiful region of castles, fortresses and watchtowers interspersed with hill towns, monasteries and host to Italy’s largest non-alpine lake, Lake Trasimeno. Students will stop in Assisi, home of St. Francis, and Perugia, site of the world-famous Umbria Jazz Festival and the Chocolate Festival.
Summer Sessions: Open
Preferred GPA: 2.5
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