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The Rome Campus

The Rome Campus

“The summer trip to Rome helped me develop a better understanding of the Roman Catholic Church, its history and tradition. No books, lectures or Power Points could have taken the place of experiencing Rome ‘up close and personal.’”

- Diane Willis, Rome ‘08

The University's ten-acre Eugene Constantin Campus rests in the beautiful foothills just off the Via Appia southeast of Rome, where ancient Rome got its start and where Romans and popes take their summer rest. Take a walk in the kiwi grove, kick around a soccer ball, eat fresh Italian food in our mensa, take a dip in the pool, work out in the exercise room, or just sit in the pergola above the working vineyard. You'll find it a paradiso-like paradise on the grounds of this beautiful former villa.

 

 

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