Life at our Rome Campus is all about study, collegiality, spirituality, health, and safety.
A typical day is centered around study, common meals, conversation and opportunities for reflection and prayer. A chaplain is available during semester to counsel students and help them process their experiences while in Rome.
In addition to classes, there are regular discussions and presentations on various aspects of Roman history and spirituality.
Our students are encouraged to engage with the local community, improve and use their Italian, and get to know Roman life.
Students are introduced to various aspects of the Church in Rome and the broader spiritual life of the city.
Students will get to know some of the social services of the city, and have the opportunity to join them in community engagement activities.
Events are planned to introduce students to local Romans, both officials and students of a similar age.
The classrooms, library, and dining space are also available to non-residential students, such as students living in host families (eg students from other partner universities) and postgraduate students who have organised their own housing.