Rome, Italy, is one of the most historic cities in the world, especially within Christianity. First-year students who take Theology 101 in Rome have the opportunity to study in the Vatican City, where the Sistine Chapel is located and where many papal enclaves have been held.

The course is geared to familiarize students with Catholic tradition, and by residing in Rome the course materials are brought to life.

Theology 101 in Rome takes place during J-Term and is open only to first-year students, which makes the course a great way to meet new Tommies. Friday, Sept. 7, is the priority deadline for application. Be sure to have applications submitted by this date, as this course fills quickly.

Questions? Contact the Study Abroad office, (651) 962-6450 or studyabroad@stthomas.edu.