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  • Locations: Rome, Italy; Tuscania, Italy; Venice, Italy
  • Program Terms: Spring Semester
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Restrictions: PBA applicants only
  • Dates / Deadlines
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Study Abroad Language of Instruction: English
Workship Credit Eligible: No Chapel Credit Eligible: No
Sending Department: Center for Experiential Learning When: Spring Semester
Minimum GPA: 2.7 Class Eligibility: Junior, Senior
Number of Credits: 12-15 Program Advisor: CEL advisor
Shots Recommended: Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Rabies, Routine Vaccines (see note) Eligible Majors: All
Projected Cost: $22,995 - $26,015 Housing Options: Apartment/Flat (shared)
Areas of Study: History, Italian Language & Literature
Program Description:

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SPRING SEMESTER : Tuscania, Rome and Venice

This semester-long study abroad experience connects students to three diverse Italian cities, each with a distinct identity and culture; Tuscania, Rome, and Venice.

Students spend one month in Tuscania followed by one month in Rome, and then they complete the experience in Venice. They follow a structured program of five courses, including one in Italian language and culture.

Please consult the specific Three Cities Academic Calendar, as dates differ from the standard LdM Academic Calendar.


LdM Tuscania Academic HighlightsAt LdM Tuscania, the curriculum has been designed to promote the historical, artistic and cultural qualities that make this part of Italy unique. Thus, courses in history and archaeology focus on the Etruscan, Roman and medieval civilizations that are at the core of Tuscania’s history and development, culminating in the summer months with the Tuscania Summer Archaeology Field School. LdM Tuscania is also recognized for its courses in the Culinary Arts, which reflect Tuscania’s connection to the agricultural cycles and traditions of the area. Italian Language learning is another important offering at LdM Tuscania, where students, among others, benefit from the course Italian Language through Service Learning, in which they are fully immersed in the Italian language through community service.


As a place that has inspired famous artists for centuries, Tuscania has developed a reputation as a center for ne0, 102, 153);">ABOUT ROME ITA

With its unparalleled history, Rome, the Eternal City and Italy’s capital, functions as both an ancient and modern global center. The city fuses the feel of a large metropolis with small lively neighborhoods and picturesque districts dotted with hills, piazzas, fountains, cobblestone streets and churches. The unique history and resources of Italy’s capital make it a meaningful city in which to study both ancient cultures and contemporary political and international issues. Rome has captivated pilgrims and tourists for centuries, and students will immediately find inspiration in the city’s parks, evocative ruins and Renaissance and Baroque palaces.


LdM 3 CITIES PROGRAM is pleased to facilitate students housing arrangements for a spot in a:

  • Double room in a shared student apartment.?


  • Rent in Tuscania, Rome, and Venice with fixed check-in and check-out dates
  • Repairs not caused by students’ negligence or inattentiveness.
  • Average Utilities (water, gas, electricity). Any costs above the average consumption will be charged to the students sharing the same apartment and deducted from the housing deposit.
  • City Public Transportation pass (only for Rome) or Vaporetto pass (for Venice)
  • Internet


  • Meals.
  • Damages caused by students’ negligence or inattentiveness.
  • Extra cleaning (if the apartment is not clean on the specified check-out date, students will be responsible for an additional cleaning charge. The total amount due, will then be deducted from the housing deposit.)

Students staying for two consecutive summer sessions must pay their rent for each session, but they only need to pay their housing deposit once. Housing costs will cover the rent for the reserved months, including the one-week break between summer sessions, but only for two consecutive sessions in the same city.

*LdM housing services may differ between campuses.


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Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring Semester 2019 09/14/2018 09/21/2018 01/29/2019 05/03/2019