Orientation meetings are held every semester for each Rome class. These meetings are meant to help prepare the students before they depart. At the end of the semester a final dinner is held to celebrate the departure of the Rome class.
6pm in Lynch
5pm in Haggar Dining Room
Every semester several lectures are offered by past Rome faculty on sites in Rome and their relation to the core and the disciplines. All Rome applicants are required to attend at least one of these lectures. All lectures are held in the Art History Auditorium. For more information about lectures offered this semester please visit the Rome Lecture Series website.
4pm in Art History
Dr. Mark Lowery
Throughout the semester students will be submitting a number of items to the Rome Office in order to obtain flight itineraries, visas and register for classes. It is extremely important to meet all deadlines. Missing deadlines can jeopardize a students' Rome status.
Rome Fee, Flight Form, Medical Update Form, Student Assistant Application
Visa Application, Actual Passport, Passport Photos, Affidavit from Parents, Group Flight Deposit, Own Arrangements Ticket Confirmations, Scholarship Applications
Business, Library and Rome Clearance including copies of Prescription Receipts and Doctor Clearance if applicable