Loyola University Chicago

John Felice Rome Center


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Drawing from the best in European culture, JFRC courses take full advantage of the sights, sounds, and locations in and around Rome.  Amid a host of classical and contemporary studies, you will quickly discover the benefits of Rome as your new home and classroom.

At the JFRC, you can indulge your intellectual curiosity on a schedule that best suits your needs: stay for a summer, a semester, or a full year.  Study with faculty at sites of historical significance.  The JFRC offers a variety of courses for students including Classical Civilization, Fine Arts, Film, Music, Architecture, Sculpture, Communication, Political Science, History, Literature, Philosophy, Business and many other fields of study.  Our staff in Chicago and Rome are happy to help you customize your experience.  Please contact rome@luc.edu with any questions about specific courses or studying abroad.

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