The Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome provides undergraduate students with an opportunity to study Greek and Latin literature, ancient history, archaeology, and ancient art. The center is operated through Duke University for a consortium of accredited American and Canadian four-year colleges and universities that offer a major in classical studies.
Each semester approximately 30 qualified students from participating institutions are enrolled in the Intercollegiate Center. These students are primarily juniors and seniors majoring in Latin, classical studies, archaeology, art or art history, with strong classical interests and background.
Because Randolph is a member of the consortium, qualified applicants from the College receive priority in the selection process. Students pay the program fee charged by the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies to participate in this program. Only federal financial aid is applicable to this program.
For more information visit the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome web site.
Spend your summer exploring ancient artifacts in Italy. The four-week summer Archaeological Conservation Institute brings students to the laboratories of the Centro di Conservazione Archeologica at Belmonte in Sabina and excavations in Sardinia for hands-on conservation experience, as well as excursions to Rome for the discovery, appreciation and preservation of tangible cultural heritage.
For more information visit the Archaeological Conservation Institute web site.