Use this form to apply to the UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA CLASSICS STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM IN ROME. For more information, visit the Program Website or contact the Director, Dr. Bianchelli.
 
In addition to this form, you must submit a current college or university transcript to the program director. This transcript must be received in order for your application to be complete.
 
A $250 application fee (which will be included toward the program fee, or refunded if you are not offered a place on the program, but is non-refundable if you withdraw from the program after being admitted for any reason whatsoever) will be charged to your UGA student account immediately after the application deadline (Jan. 31) if you are an enrolled student at UGA; if not, the $250 application fee must be submitted to the Program Director as a check or money order, made payable to "UGA Classics Study Abroad in Rome." 
 
Transcripts should be sent to Rome Program Director | Classics Department | 221 Park Hall | Athens, GA 30602
 
FEE DEADLINES for 2014

Feb. 24, 2014   $   250.00        Application Fee (this is NON-refundable)

Mar. 7, 2014    $ 3,000.00        First Instalment

Apr. 4, 2014    $ 2,450.00         Second and Final Instalment
 
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List the College or University you are attending and you major/minor program(s).
How did you hear about the UGA Classics Study Abroad Program in Rome?
You must complete a 100 word statement describing why you wish to study ancient Rome IN Rome and how your participation in the program relate to your declared program of study. (This window is expandable - grab the lower right corner to get a larger area).
PERSONAL INFORMATION
Do you have any preference(s) or requests for roommate(s) in Rome?
If you are a vegetarian
If you are a vegetarian, please complete the remainder of this form, providing us with as much information as you can. Please be aware that Italy has far fewer vegetarians than the United States, and the accommodations for vegetarians will be much less than you may be accustomed to, often little more than replacing meat on the second dinner course with a piece of cheese or eggs. Vegetarians should plan to come with extra money to supplement their meals. USEFUL INFORMATION FOR THE PROGRAM: If you are a vegetarian, red meat is obviously excluded from your diet. Virtually all pastas and soups served as first courses at dinner will be prepared without meat, or can be offered with it. Second courses are more difficult to accommodate; please indicate below what you other needs may be, so that the staff can do their best to help you.
If there are ANY other dietary needs or restrictions NOT covered above, or other things we need to know, please tell us about them here. This window is expandable.