Italian Culture Workshops
In coordination with the Modern Languages department and Dr. Anthony Nussmeier, several
topics of interest will be presented throughout the semester to introduce each Rome
class to different aspects of Italian Culture. Rome students must attend at least
one of the owrkshop offerings.
|Immigration in Today’s Europe
||Oct. 25, 2017
||Gorman Faculty Lounge
Lasciate ogne [abbondanza] voi
ch’[andate a Roma]:
Preparing for UD’s Rome Program
|Oct. 26, 2017
||SB Hall Serafy Room
|ITAL’s Tiramisu for Two
||Nov. 9, 2017
||Art History Auditorium
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. Students planning on attending Rome next semester will need to submit
the following items per the schedule below.
||student assistant applications and recommendations due
||flight forms, Rome fee, medical information form
||visa application, actual passport, passport size photo, affidavit of financial support,
own arrangements purchased itinerary, address form
||registration, counseling, FERPA release, roommate form, reception RSVP, and group
flight airfare payment
||Business, library and Rome clearance including copies of prescription receipts and
doctor clearance forms if applicable
Review the checklist. Be sure to meet the deadlines!
Submit your flight form.
The University of Dallas Rome Program has arranged a group flight on United, organized
by Travel Leaders. Students will rendezvous in Newark on flights from their hometown
airports, which will be arranged by the Rome Office from the information you provide
on your flight form and will be calculated into the cost of your ticket.
Students with a good reason for not flying with the group may request a waiver of
the group flight requirement. A complete waiver requires submission of the waiver form along with a copy of the student’s tentative itinerary with complete flight information
and travel details. Students wishing to not take the group flight are recommended
to work with STA Travel to book their tickets.
Don't forget to review these flight facts.
Apply for a student visa.
All students studying in Italy for an extended period of time must apply for a student
visa. The visa application and affidavit of financial support must be submitted to the Rome Office on October 12 along with student's actual passports,
passport photo and purcahed flight itinerary. Questions? Follow these instructions.
Register for Rome.
Students registering for the Rome semester must follow the registration guidelines
included in their registration meeting packet. All registration forms including online
registration for courses are due November 16. Registration forms include:
Submit your health paperwork.
Supplemental health paperwork needed for Rome Clearance is due December 13. Students
will be informed if supplemental paperwork is required. All students must submit the
Medical Information Update by September 28. Students are required to submit this form to update the information submitted with
the original application back in March.
Take care of your Rome Clearance.
Students must be clear with all offices on campus before they depart for Rome. The
clearance date for Rome is set earlier than the regular Irving clearance date. Students
are encouraged to begin working on their clearance as soon as they are able to make
sure everything is taken care. Students not clear by the December 13 deadline may
be assessed a $500 late fine.
- Business Office clear - Rome bill must be paid in full or a payment plan must be set
up. All aid and additional loans must be approved and applied to a student's account
to be cleared.
- Health clear - all doctor clearance forms and prescription receipts must be submitted to
- Library clear - all fines must be paid