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  • Locations: Florence, Italy; San Gimignano, Italy; Siena, Italy
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  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
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Fact Sheet:
Language of Instruction: English Minimum GPA: 2.5
Housing: Hotel Eligible Year: Undergraduate
Program Type: Faculty-Led
Program Description:
Florence Duomo
Travel Dates:  May 24 to June 11, 2018
SUMMER 2018 is FULL.

The Renaissance or “rebirth” defined modern culture- and the city of Florence was at the heart of this movement.  Join us for this 3 credit interdisciplinary course that combines art history lectures, on site sketching, visits to world renowned museums and galleries, and excursions through Tuscany to better understand how the Renaissance transformed the way we perceive the world today.  This course focuses on the interrelationship of art, literature, culture, and history. See the work of Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Fra Angelico, Botticelli, Donatello and so many others up close! In addition to living in Florence and experiencing the city as a classroom, students will visit Siena, and the Chianti countryside. This course is open to students of any major and it fulfills the arts distribution requirement.

Students will be registered for the following 3-credit course, which is considered part of the 2018 summer session and the tuition costs are not incorporated into the program fees below. 

Adelphi in Florence: Experiencing the Renaissance, 0111-270.  (3 credits)  The course satisfies an Arts Distribution (A) and will cover three primary areas:  literature and philosophy; art history; and sculptural production and experience.  Some course reading is assigned prior to the trip.

Adelphi Florence Syllabus 2018.pdf  

2018 Florence Itinerary_ Draft October.docx
Jennifer Maloney, Associate Professor of Art & Art History, Faculty Profile 
Maya Muratov, Associate Professor of Art & Art History, Faculty Profile 

Program fees
The program fee for the 2018 program to Florence is $2000 + airfare + tuition 

The program fee includes:
- airport pick up at program start and airport drop off at the end of the program
- acommodations in shared hotel rooms at the Hotel Corona (quads and triples)
- daily breakfast and some meals, including a welcome dinner and a farewell BBQ
- ground transportation for all group activities
- entrance fees for sites
- CISI international health insurance

The program fee does not include:
  • 3 credits of tuition ($3240)
  • round-trip airfare (the CIE will provide you with a recommended flight based on the professors' itinerary) 
  • Adelphi's $150 Study Abroad Fee (assessed with the tuition bill)
  • personal expenses 
  • Italian entry visa (not required of US citizens)

Application Procedures & Deadlines
You can apply directly online by clicking "Apply Now" above.  You will then need to come by the Center for International Education to make a deposit and reserve your spot.  Cash and check are acceptable forms of payment. Program acceptance is done on a first-come, first-serve basis, based on the order in which the deposits are received. Your application will be considered incomplete without the program deposit. The payment timeline is as follows.  Please note that a $50 non-refundable late fee will be assessed for each payment deadline missed.

December 19: $300 non-refundable deposit
February 15th: 1st program payment of $1000
March 20th: 2nd program payment of $700

Refund & cancellation policy
All late payment fees are non-refundable. 
The  program deposit is non-refundable unless the program is cancelled.  An attempt to recover funds from our tour providers will be made, but no refund is guaranteed.

Financial Aid
All students participating in Adelphi faculty-led programs may be eligible to have their financial aid package re-evaluated based on the additional program fees listed above.  Keep in mind that most re-evaluations result only in an increase in loan eligibility and funds may not be available until after the start date of the program.  Students who anticipate using loans must be registered for a minimum of 6 credits.Students are responsible for meeting all payment deadlines above, regardless of their financial aid status.  If you would like to discuss your financial aid package, you should visit the Student Financial Services office in the lower level of Levermore Hall.

Florence Students

This program is currently not accepting applications.