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Students from schools other than Spring Hill College must speak directly with their study abroad advisor or office as these prices may differ. We may have a financial agreement in place with your school which may provide a discount and alter the way your financial aid transfers.
Applicants are encouraged to compare costs with other Italy study abroad centers, and you will find that the Spring Hill College Italy Center package offers a low price that includes an extensive list of services rarely found in one location. As a student, you need not worry about coordinating your travel, figuring out your meals, and other day-to-day needs that often make life abroad complicated (and more expensive). The Italy Center costs include:
Liberal arts curriculum, business courses, social justice courses, internships
Room and Board (Rooming costs vary according to placement)
24/7 security service and residence life staff; living in a residence hall with Italian students; fully modern room (built in 2009) shared with fellow American student(s); breakfast and dinner six days per week; room cleaning service; Internet access in room; private bathroom; private phone; computer lab(s); easy access to an English-speaking doctor; gymnasium; laundry room; small library; campus bar; music studio; view of park and recreational gardens; 5- to 10-minute walk to the historic district.
Social Justice Travel Fee
Fall 12-day tour to includes Croatia and Bosnia; Spring 3-day January Swiss Alps Orientation plus a 10 day April tour of North Africa includes 4×4 Jeep rides, camping in the Sahara Desert, camel trekking, archeological visits to Roman ruins, meetings with the U.S. Ambassador and local academics.
International Health Insurance
Students attending the Italy Center must purchase a supplemental international policy managed by the IC office in order to attend
Mandatory fee to offset administrative costs at the Collegio Alma Mater Resident Hall
Required by the Italian Government in order to work as a Foreign Student