High School Summer Programs

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For over twenty years, the University of Dallas has provided high school students with summer and study abroad opportunities modeled after its signature Rome program. These programs offer college credit and are held on our main campus in Irving, TX and sister campus in Rome, Italy, and are designed to show students the great and lasting pleasures that accompany a good educational experience. 

Shakespeare in Italy

We invite you to come with us and share Shakespeare's passion for the bright sun, sweeping Campagna, mountains, forums, and gondolas of Italy and our passion for the Bard, and see how these intersect while living on the beautiful campus at Due Santi and traveling to places like Rome, Padova, Verona, and Venice where he set his plays.

Dates: July 6-26
Cost: $2999

Rome and the Catholic Church

Trace the channels of reasoned reflection on the Catholic faith that mark Roman and Western Civilization: spirituality, art, culture, and history. Sts. Athanasius, Augustine, and Thomas Aquinas will guide us at significant sites in Rome, Florence, and Assisi, as we explore the beliefs of the Catholic Church and the related movements.

Will run in 2017

Latin in Rome

Deepen your understanding of the Latin language and the Romans who spoke it by visiting archaeological and historical sites in and around Rome and Naples and by participating in intensive small group tutorials on relevant passages in Latin. Intermediate and advanced students of Latin are welcomed on this three-week program.

Dates: July 6-29
Cost: $3750

Arete: An Introduction to the Classics

Arete means excellence, the standard the ancient Greeks set for themselves in life and in the life of the mind. This two-week program on our home campus will introduce you to essential texts of Western Civilization and allow you to reflect on works of fine art, film, and music, all the while earning college credit.

Dates: July 10-23
Cost: $1500
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