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Florence MA in Renaissance Art

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For further information about the program, contact Sally Cornelison.

Non-academic matters, such as travel and living in Italy, are handled by the SU Abroad office. During the first semester in Syracuse, staff members meet with the students and assist in preparations to secure transportation, housing, visas, and any other requisite documents.

Travel and living arrangements are ultimately the responsibility of the individual student. Students are expected to reach Florence in time for the orientation program, which introduces them to the program’s faculty and resources.

For further non-academic information, contact Deb Goddard on