Marshall in Florence Program
Marshall University College of Fine Arts CAPA Florence Summer Program
May 12-31, 2013
CAPA Program Website
2013 Program Faculty and Dates:
May 12-31, 2013
- Dr. Rachael Peckham – Department of English – email@example.com
- Mr. Daniel Kaufmann – College of Fine Arts – firstname.lastname@example.org
The Marshall in Florence Program is a 3-week academic immersion program located in the historical city of Florence, Italy. The program is hosted by the College of Fine Arts at Marshall University and is under the direction of COFA Dean, Mr. Don VanHorn. The program is currently in its 4th year of operation and offers educational opportunities in the disciplines of Arts and English.
Students have the opportunity to receive up to 3 or 6 credits of Art or English from Marshall University.
The Marshall in Florence Program is led by two full-time Marshall professors from the College of Fine Arts and the Department of English. Students and Faculty are housed in fully furnished local apartments around the city of Florence. Students are within a 40 minute commute to the local CAPA classrooms where in-class academic instruction takes place.
2013 Program Cost
- Ground Transportation From Rome to Florence
- Shared Apartment Housing
- Local Walking Tour
- Arrival Orientation and Reception
- Florence Museum Pass
- Cultural Activities Relative to Courses
- 24-Hour CAPA Support Services
- CAPA Medical and Travel Insurance
What’s Not Included
- Daily Meals
- Personal Weekend Excursion Costs
- Spending Money
How to Apply
Students interested in participating in the COFA Marshall in Florence Program should contact the 2013 Program Teachers.
Financial Aid & Scholarships
Students can use financial aid they have available to them from the current academic year for the CAPA Florence Program. Students must be enrolled for 6 credits in the summer term at Marshall for their financial aid to be used.
The Marshall University Office of Study Abroad annually offers a few summer scholarships for Marshall students who have applied and been accepted to a Marshall summer study abroad program. Visit the Office of Study Abroad for more information.