Welcome to Syracuse University in Florence The
Rossa The garden
the "Villino" Studio Arts A beautiful campus What makes SUF stand out? A long and distinguished history Academic excellence Community engagement Internship program Homestays Volunteer program Direct Placement at the University of Florence (Option II and III) Enriching field studies All-school lectures Coluccio Salutati Award Prestigious master's
degree programs Art and architecture classes taught by renowned professionals Rome Venice Sicily Assisi Ravenna Siena Partnerships with international universities Vittoria Tettamanti
Volunteer Program Coordinator Debora Spini
Internship Coordinator Jim Kauffman and Roberta Mugelli
Housing Coordinators Professor Matteo Duni Rosa Mannino
Student Life Assistant Cooking classes Wine and olive oil tastings Elaine Ruffalo
Field Studies Coordinator Rocky Ruggiero
Field Studies Instructor THE STUDY ABROAD
PROGRAM AT SUF...
is the best in Italy according to the New York Times
is the second oldest in Florence
is one of the most academically rigorous in Italy
is the largest within the urban fabric of Florence
has the largest English-language school library in Florence
has a housing program that's rated the best in Florence "Living in a host family is where I've experienced the true Italia."
- Devon Ritchie "I often feel like I'm taking a lot more than I'm giving in this volunteer program."
- Kaitlyn Curran, Spring '11 Extensive academic resources Interactive Italian language program Artisan workshop visits Tandem exchanges Talent show Theater workshop Italian conversation Presentations in Italian high schools Health and wellness services Amy Kleine
Assistant Director for Health and Wellness Villa Rossa in Piazza Savonarola circa 1899 Mario Giglucci, architect of the Villa Rossa, 1885 First SUF students on the ship, 1959 Villa Rossa yearbook, 1959 Student booklet, 1961-63 "My host family told me I was now their daughter, not a guest…. they are possibly the coolest people in the world.”
- Laura Alfring "My host mother truly showed an interest in my family history, and my daily life...all in all, it was impossible to NOT feel immediately at home!"
- Daniel Traub "Calcetto" soccer tournament Carrara Active scholars Architecture Biblioteca degli Uffizi Museo dell'Opera del Duomo Villa i Tatti La Bottega del Cioccolato Natalia Piombino
Lecture Series Coordinator Student life support and cultural activities Director Sasha Perugini Benvenuti! Antonella Francini
Option II&II Coordinator Sylvia Hetzel
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