Life After JCU: Valerio Dalla Torre, Class of 2015

My name is Valerio Dalla Torre; I graduated from John Cabot University in 2015 with a major in International Affairs. My University career did not start in the most promising way. After high school, I decided to study law at an Italian university. For two years I forced myself to study law, only to later…

6 Things Graduates Should Do Before Leaving Rome

Less than a week from today, John Cabot University’s Class of 2019 will graduate at the beautiful Villa Aurelia in Rome! Are you ready? That may seem like a trick question. I know for some students, they may never feel ready for this phase of their lives to end. But on the other hand, they…

Places of Worship in Rome

When you step out of your apartment and walk down any street in Rome, you will most likely run into a church. In fact, Italy’s capital is home to some of the world’s most ornate cathedrals and basilicas. And while we JCU students may casually pass by St. Peter’s Basilica or the Pantheon without blinking…

5 Clubs and Activities That You Can Join When You Study Abroad in Rome

When you study abroad in Rome, the Eternal City becomes your classroom. Whether practicing your Italian by ordering an espresso at your favorite café, or glimpsing the Colosseum during a morning walk, you’ll always be learning something new. That learning and growth is part of what makes studying abroad so rewarding. Of course, strolling through…

JCU’s First Admitted Students Day

My name is Sofia, and I am currently a junior majoring in International Affairs at JCU. As part of the new Student Ambassador team created by the admissions department to connect potential students with current students, I had the honor of participating in the university’s first ever Admitted Students Day. In April, JCU organized a day devoted entirely…

Alumni Spotlight: Armando Politano, Class of 2014

When I graduated from John Cabot University in 2014, I could not imagine how that experience of diversity would have broadened my horizons in my life and career. Thinking back on the time I spent in the heart of Rome, I am still very grateful for the blending and celebrating of different cultures at JCU,…

Navigating the JCU Library While You Study Abroad in Italy

Whether you’re looking for a source to use on your next paper or simply want a quiet place to study, the Frohring Library is always there to help students at John Cabot University find what they need. Located at our Guarini Campus, the Frohring Library offers a unique learning environment to all members of our…

Alumni Spotlight: Jeanne Stavropoulou, Class of 1990

The years I spent at John Cabot University were absolutely the best years of my life. I lived in a city that I loved, I enjoyed the college and campus lifestyle, and made a lot of great friends that I still keep in touch with today. About Me I was born and raised in Athens,…

The Legacy of John Cabot: How Our Namesake Benefits Study Abroad Students Today

As an American university located in the heart of Rome, John Cabot University’s study abroad program is part of a long and mutually rewarding relationship between the United States and Italy. Students come to John Cabot University from all over North America to explore Italian life and culture, broaden their horizons, and experience exciting new…

Student Spotlight: Chiara Traversaro, Class of 2019

Hi! My name is Chiara and I am from Padua. I am an Art History major, an Entrepreneurship minor, and I will graduate this May 2019. I have been the President of the Art History Society for the past two years, a role for which I am extremely grateful because it has taught me a lot…

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