At our Open Houses, Admissions Counselors and current students provide in-depth information about JCU, answer questions, and take you on a campus tour.
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December 16, 2016
February 17, 2017
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May 9, 2017
Our admissions counselors travel to nearly 50 states and over 20 countries around the world each year to meet prospective students. Contact us to learn when we will be visiting a city near you.
We would love to welcome you and your family to visit us in Rome. The Admissions Office conducts two tours daily, at 10AM and 2PM Monday-Friday. Each tour begins with an information session with a JCU admissions counselor at the Guarini Campus and ends with a campus tour led by a JCU Campus Ambassador. Sign up now!
Sit in on a Class
There is no better way to truly experience life as a JCU student than by sitting in on one of our classes. Review our course schedule and email [email protected] to let us know which class you would like to attend.
Shadow a Student
Experience student life firsthand by shadowing a JCU Campus Ambassador. Our Campus Ambassadors are current degree-seeking students who represent almost all of our majors and minors, participate in a spectrum of organizations and activities, and are from all over the world. Email [email protected] to find out more information.
*Note: These events are in English. Please click here if you are a student from an Italian liceo and would like to attend an Open House in Italian.
With a student body from over 70 countries, we understand that traveling to Rome for a college tour is often impossible. We encourage you to take our virtual tour to learn more about life at JCU, and to check out the rest of the videos on our Youtube channel to learn more.
Live Chat and Social Media
Get to know admissions counselors and current students through live chat on our website and social media:
Skype with an Admissions Counselor
Still have questions? Our Rome-based Admissions counselors would love to set up a Skype session. Email [email protected] to be put in touch with an admissions counselor for more information.