Randolph is a cooperating institution of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Faculty and qualified students are eligible to take advantage of the opportunity that the school affords to study classical antiquities firsthand.
The summer sessions are open to undergraduates and graduates. For participation in the regular sessions, a student must have received the Bachelor’s degree.
The program includes courses in literature and history, directed study of the monuments and topography of Athens and Attica, trips to the more important sites both on the mainland and in the islands, and lectures in the National and Epigraphical Museums.
Students pay the program fee charged by the American School of Classical Studies to participate in this program.