our fourth campus
Imagine learning in one of the cradles of civilization! The Colosseum, St. Peter's, the Vatican...and you.
And Loyola has its own proud history in The Eternal City. Loyola's John Felice Rome Center opened its doors in 1962. In fact, we're the oldest continual U.S. university program in Italy. Our students live and study on a picturesque five-acre campus just four miles from downtown Rome.
Global awareness is a cornerstone of the Jesuit philosophy. More than 400 students a year go global by studying in one of Western Europe's largest centers for international education in the arts and sciences.
Your Roman home on Via Massimi in Monte Mario is an actual Loyola campus and academic center. This means you can soak up the history and culture while earning credits easily transferable to other U.S universities.
Learn more about studying abroad in Italy.
At the Rome Center, I immersed myself in Italian culture—the language, food, and day-to-day life in a foreign country.
Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing