5-Week Program

Trinity College Rome Campus: 5-Week Summer Program: May 23 through June 27, 2015

2015 Course Options:

  • Intensive Introductory Italian (ROME 101) - ITALIAN 
  • Intermediate Italian 1:  Italian through Popular Song (ROME 201) - ITALIAN
  • Renaissance and Baroque Art of Rome (ROME 282) - ART HISTORY
  • 20th Century Italy (ROME 345) - CULTURAL STUDIES
  • The City of Rome (ROME 250) - CULTURAL STUDIES 
  • Food & Culture (ROME 235) - CULTURAL STUDIES 
  • Myth, Rite and Sacrament (Religion 184) - RELIGION

The Academic Excursion

The program features a long weekend academic excursion to Naples, Pompeii (or Herculaneum), and Capri. Students will visit archaeological sites, the Naples Archaeological Museum, the Natural Arch, and Villa Jovis at Capri’s summit.

2015 Summer Program Fee: TBA

The fee includes:
  • Tuition for two courses, each worth one Trinity College credit (1 Trinity credit = 4 semester hours)
  • Room (double)
  • Lunch (Monday—Thursday)
  • The academic excursion to Naples, Pompeii, and Capri
  • Comprehensive Italian health insurance and HTH Worldwide Health Insurance


Applications are now available online. Visit the Rome Admissions page to the left and click on the APPLY ONLINE NOW! button.  Once all your application materials have been processed, you will be notified of our admissions decision. Any college or university student in good academic and social standing is eligible. Non-Trinity applicants must submit an official transcript of their undergraduate record at time of application. Admissions are on a rolling basis.  

  • Summer Application Deadline: March 15, 2015

  • Final Forms and Payment Due Date: April 15, 2015

There will be a REQUIRED pre-departure meeting for all Trinity College students approximately one month prior to the program start date. All accepted students and their parents will receive information regarding accommodations, courses, pre-departure upon acceptance to the program.

A limited amount of financial aid/scholarship is available for Trinity College students only.  The application will be available in the post-acceptance phase of the process, online.  Students are awarded scholarship based on merit and financial need.  Applicants will be requested to demonstrate their academic performance and financial need requirements.

Each participant is required to have a passport valid for six months AFTER the end date of their summer program - this is required by Italian law. There are NO student visas required for short term programs for citizens of the United States.  If you hold a non-US passport please be in touch with the Office of Study Away, as you will be required to arrange your own visa to study in Italy. 


Zachary Macinnes - Summer Program Advisor, Office of Study Away

zachary.macinnes@trincoll.edu or call 860-297-2387