The Semster in Orvieto Program runs in the spring semester. Students participating on the Semester in Orvieto Program will be billed as on-campus students and will be aided by the Office of Financial Aid as resident students.
Students will be invoiced by and pay the following to Saint Anselm College:
- Saint Anselm College tuition (16 credits)
- Saint Anselm College apartment housing cost
- Study abroad fee - $800
- Student Health Insurance (if on Saint Anselm College health plan)
- Tuition for four classes
- On-site Resident Director
- Housing in the city center
- Airport pick-up in Rome
- On-site cultural and academic orientation
- Excursions and cultural activities
- International travel and medical insurance
- 24-hour emergency assistance
- Visa support
What's not included:
- Round-trip airfare
- Spending money
- Housing deposit - $100 U.S. Dollars
Saint Anselm College Policies Regarding the Semester in Orvieto Program
Students of all majors are encouraged to include study abroad experience in their curriculum at Saint Anselm College. The following are the policies governing the Semester in Orvieto Program.
- To be eligible to study abroad on the Semester in Orvieto Program, students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0, be of sophomore standing while abroad, and not have any existing or pending judicial sanctions. Students must apply by the published application deadline of October 15th for the spring semester.
- Students studying abroad are required to receive prior approval from their advisor to participate on the Program.
- Students will be charged as a residential student living in an apartment on campus, a Study Abroad Fee and other applicable fees. Students will be aided as on-campus residents with merit and need-based aid. Students receiving international need-based aid, tuition remission from any program, athletic scholarships, debate scholarship or resident assistant grants may not use those resources in the Orvieto Semester Program. Students must complete all aspects of the study abroad and financial aid applications according to specifications listed above. Please note, those students who received tuition remission are encouraged to apply for need-based aid for all semester study abroad programs.
If you receive financial aid, you should make an appointment with Patricia Brunton in the Office of Financial Aid to discuss your plans to study abroad and the impact of that on your financial aid package.