Loyola University’s John Felice Rome Center has a 50 year history in Rome. Students can choose from more than 40 courses in a variety of subjects, such as anthropology, archaeology, classical studies, fine arts, Greek, history, Italian, Latin, peace studies, political science, as well as courses in international business. Students can spend a semester, academic year, or participate on a summer program.
Living at the John Felice Center
Students enjoy a residential, American-style campus in Rome. The campus is located in a safe, tranquil residential section of Rome called Monte Mario. There is a 24-hour doorman on duty as well as around-the-clock staff support. Students enjoy a full-service, residential…
- cafeteria serving lunch and dinner
- coffee bar and student lounges
- an infirmary staffed by a medical doctor twice weekly
- on-campus mental health support from a psychologist and a psychiatrist
- 24-hour wireless network for laptop access in common areas and classroom spaces
- laundry facilities
- Largest study abroad library in Italy with full LUC electronic resources available
- Bedrooms with sinks, refrigerators, and fans
- A bookstore
- A workout/dance studio
- An outdoor basketball court
- A chapel
Financial Aid Information
Students can only apply state and federal financial aid to this program. However, the Loyola Rome Center offers its own scholarships. Students are welcome to apply for them.
|Program Costs for academic year 2012-2013
Estimated Costs (not billed by JCU)
TOTAL BUDGET: $22,224
For further information on Loyola’s Rome Center contact the Center for Global Education. The deadline for applications to study abroad for Fall Semester is March 1, and for Spring Semester is October 1.
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