Geneva College

 

 

Program Calendar

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For the fall semester, classes will begin in early September and run through early-December. Students will have a break mid-semester, but classes will meet through Thanksgiving week (since that is not a holiday in Italy).

For the spring semester, classes will begin in late January and run through late April. There will be a mid-semester break.

The weekly calendar will vary according to the activities and instruction planned each week, but students will generally have a four-day week (Monday through Thursday) to allow opportunities for travel throughout Italy and farther into Europe.

Fall 2014

Spring 2015

Students Depart from USA

September 10

January 21

Program Begins in Rome

September 11

January 22

Field Trip to Ostia Antica

September 26

February 6

Field Trip to Florence

October 17-19

February 27-March 1

Mid-term Break

October 24 - November 2

March 6-15

Field Trip to Venice

November 19-22

April 1-4

Students Return to USA

December 9

April 21

The dates above are subject to change because of conditions beyond the control of Geneva College, such as strikes, holiday celebrations, and airline schedule alterations.


 

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Geneva’s general engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.

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