The Fall Romers left for their last group trip of the semester on Wednesday, November 7. The group traveled to visit Florence, Venice and Assisi. Some of the highlights of the trip include visits to the Doges' Palace and San Marco in Venice and the Uffizi, Accademia and Duomo in Florence.
The Fall 2018 Rome class headed off for their 10-day trip to Greece on Friday, September 28. The Greece Trip is one of the highlights of the Rome Semester as students travel to some of the greatest cities and the richest sites of the ancient world. Following the Greece Trip students set out to explore the rest of Europe on their own during their fall break.
The month of September had the Fall Rome class visiting numerous sites in Rome such as Santa Maria Maggiore, the Roman Forum and Colosseum as well as touring Southern Italy on their first class overnight trip.
Fall 2018 Rome Scavenger hunt winners received a forno dinner cooked by the Rome Student Affairs staff, a very coveted prize for this fall Rome class.
The Fall 2018 Rome class arrived in Italy on Saturday, August 25 to begin four months of traveling, studying, and reveling in all that Europe, Italy and Rome has to offer. They wasted no time jumping right in with site tours, mass at St. Peter's and loads of traditional Italian cenas.
Wrapping up their last week in the eternal city the Shakespeare in Italy group visited Orvieto, St. Peter's Basilica where they toured the Scavi, and the Villa Borghese.
Touring basilicas was on the agenda for the Rome & the Catholic Church program as they wrapped up their last week in Rome visiting the Catacombs of St. Sebastian, St. John Lateran, St. Paul Outside the Walls, the Abbey of Tre Fontane and more.
The Latin in Rome group spent their last week in Rome soaking up as much as they could, visiting several celebrated museums and sites throughout the city.
The Shakespeare in Italy group continued their study of the great playwright by taking a short trip to Venice and Padua where they performed acts from The Taming of the Shrew and the Merchant of Venice where they would have taken place.
On July 18 the Latin in Rome group begin their journey along the Amalfi coast to the Bay of Naples to visit such ancient sites as Herculaneum, Pompeii and Cumae.
The Rome & the Catholic Church group headed out for their 5-day group trip to Sienna and Assisi on Thursday, July 19 where they would discover frescos, relics and basilicas while enriching their faith.
The Shakespeare in Italy program wasted no time in getting acquainted with Rome visiting the Circus Maximus, Forum, Colosseum, Piazza Navona and several churches during their first week in the city.
Our Latin in Rome group had a week full of walking tours taking them to St. Peter's, the Pantheon, the Forum and the Aventine and Palatine hills. They also took a day trip to Cerveteri, Tarquinia and Santa Severa.
After almost a week in Rome the Rome & the Catholic Church program participants have visited many monumental sites in the eternal city including: St. Peter's Basilica, San Clemente, the Colosseum and the Vatican Observatory in Castel Gandolfo.
The University of Dallas welcomed 52 high school scholars to our Rome campus today to participate in one of three high school study abroad programs: Latin in Rome, Rome & the Catholic Church and Shakespeare in Italy.