Deadline for applying is February 1 - Fall admission (and financial aid consideration)
We normally expect applicants to have had, at a minimum, the equivalent of three college-level years of one ancient language (Greek or Latin) and one college-level year of the other. We will consider applicants who have advanced preparation in one language but none in the second. However, we do not consider applicants who have no preparation in either ancient language.
We encourage graduate students to participate in summer programs offered by other institutions such the American School of Classical Studies at Athens and the American Academy in Rome. Some funding for summer programs is usually available on a competitive basis.
Graduate students may also apply to the School of Liberal Arts for the Freie Universität of Berlin Exchange Scholarship. For more on this program, see the study abroad section of our website or speak with the Graduate Advisor. On our study abroad page, you will also find information about programs at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens and the American Academy in Rome.