There's no better way to study the classical cultures of Greece and Rome than to travel there in person. Our One Course At A Time calendar allows us to offer a block-long course to either Greece or Italy every other year without affecting other coursework. For longer adventures, the Off-Campus and International Studies Office can assist students with finding the best program.

Greek Archaeology

During Greek Archaeology, students travel to Greece to explore archaeological sites and museums while immersed in modern Greek culture.

View photos and read about the 2007 trip
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Greece Trip

City of Rome

Cornell students spent nearly three weeks in Italy for the course City of Rome. The course was co-led by classical studies professor John Gruber-Miller and art history professor Chris McComber.

Read more about the 2009 course
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Rome Trip