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Name a tile on the Alumni Wall

Have you purchased a tile on the new Alumni Wall? The Rome Center has extended this unique opportunity to make your mark permanently in Rome. Several hundred tiles are already up, and multiple options are available. Learn more or contact us with questions.

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 Read the fall/winter issue of Il Bollettino

Read the fall/winter issue of Il Bollettino

This issue features an inspiring story about JFRC students who discovered a Roman villa's remains, a letter from John Felice, JFRC couples who met at the Rome Center, and more. Download the issue.

2016 Felice Award recipient

2016 Felice Award recipient

Named for the founder of the Rome Center, the Felice Award is conveyed annually at the Loyola University Chicago Founders’ Dinner to an alumnus(a) for leadership in business and community along with support of the Rome Center. Meet the 2016 recipient, Katie Vogelheim (JFRC ’77–’78).

Meet the 2016–17 Ricci Scholars

Meet the 2016–17 Ricci Scholars

The Ricci Scholars Program offers an unparalleled study abroad, immersion, and global scholarship opportunity for qualified students. The program awards selected students with scholarships for travel and research during their junior year.

A letter from John Felice

A letter from John Felice

In the lobby of the Rome Center hangs a handwritten letter from John Felice, written to students shortly before his passing. A fascimille of the letter itself is in the fall/winter 2016 edition of Il Bollettino. Click here for the typed version.


Rome adventure: then and now

Rome adventure: then and now

It was easy to tell that they were students—sitting together in groups, speaking a bit louder than other airline passengers—and they were young, very young. They were anxious and excited at the same time. And they were traveling out of their comfort zones, perhaps for the very first time. 

Students discover Roman villa remains

Students discover Roman villa remains

Studying at the Rome Center is already an immersive and eye-opening experience for students—so how can it be taken a step further? That’s the question that Jennifer Engel, executive director at the Office for International Programs, and Alexander Evers, associate dean for academic affairs and professor of classical studies and ancient history at the JFRC, sought the answer to last summer.

A passion for international human rights

A passion for international human rights

What do you get when you put a dancer, a mathematician, and a political scientist in the same room? You would get Jacquelyn Pavilon (JFRC Spring ’10, BA ’12), who happens to be all three.

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