Application packets must be completed in their entirety by January 31. You can find the online application form at this link. Applicants must also submit an official college transcript (sent by the Registrar’s office) and a 100 word statement (included on the online application) describing why they wish to study ancient Rome in Rome, and how their participation will relate to their program of study. Priority for positions on the Program is given to students majoring or minoring in degree programs of the UGA Classics Department, and to students with previous academic training in Classics; all admissions decisions will be made immediately after January 31.
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." DUE: February 24.
First Payment Deadline
The first payment of $3000 is due March 7.
Final Payment Deadline
The second and final payment of $2450 is due on April 4.
These payments will be billed to your UGA accounts on the indicated dates; OUT OF STATE STUDENTS may pay them by check or money order or be billed for them on their UGA student accounts after being officially admitted as temporary transient students. If a student is admitted after MARCH 20, payment in full will be due upon acceptance to the program. Please remember that tuition for course credit to be earned on the Rome Program must be paid to UGA, and is in addition to the program fee of $5700. Tuition will be billed to all participants' UGA student accounts.