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Study Abroad & Field Schools

Explore the Wide World of Classics

There are many fun but educational opportunities out there for Classics majors, concentrators, and aficionados. Do you want to excavate ancient ruins and receive a unique firsthand experience of the ancient world? Is your interest piqued by the thought of travelling around ancient sites and seeing where the major events of classical times occurred? Would you like to hone your Latin and Greek skills in the lands where these languages were once spoken? Take some time to explore the options on this portion of our website and find a program that is right for you. Be sure to check out our funding pages, as well; programs can be expensive, but there are many scholarship opportunities available to Classics students.

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Background photo: the Temple of Hephaestus at Athens © 2016 by Isabella Villanueva, BA '18

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