Geneva College

 

 

The Location

Geneva College in Rome locationGeneva College’s Rome campus is located in the world headquarters of the Order of the Company of Mary, Our Lady. An international Roman Catholic women’s religious congregation of nearly 2,000 members, the Order celebrated the 400th anniversary of its founding in 2007. For more information on the Order, visit www.lestonnac.org.

Located on Via Nomentana, not far from Rome’s major historical and cultural sites, the property is a large, secure, well-maintained villa located just beyond the Porta Pia. Via Nomentana is a main artery that supplies express and regular bus service on a consistent basis to the center of Rome. The villa is located in a neighborhood that includes embassies and churches and is a short walk from what was once Benito Mussolini’s villa, now a park.

The site is also within easy walking distance of grocery stores, department stores, banks, a post office and restaurants. An evangelical church is a short commute away. Inside the walls, the villa is surrounded by palm trees and well-maintained gardens.

The residence offers single and double bedrooms with restroom and shower facilities located on the halls. There is a classroom, study room with internet connectivity, wireless internet connectivity, dining room, small chapel, laundry and kitchen facilities as well as a third-floor terrace overlooking the gardens — a great place for studying and relaxing.

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The Rome Campus address is:
Geneva College in Rome
Via Nomentana, 333
00162 Rome, Italy

To reach the Rome Campus by phone from the US, dial  1-724-359-4696 (this is a US number).


 

Point of Excellence

Student-to-faculty ratio is 13:1.

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