Course Fees

Syracuse Florence Center: Fall 2022

Students who register for any of the courses listed below will be charged a fee to cover special activities, such as field study or attendance at special events, which are an integral part of the course. Field study fees may reflect cost of transportation, accommodations, guest lectures, and most entry fees. Attendance is mandatory, so we strongly discourage students from booking any personal travel before finalizing their registration in Florence so they know which course-related field study they will be required to attend.

This is not a bill. Fees are billed from Syracuse University following the online registration period and will appear on a subsequent Bursar statement. Students receive an email notice to view their bill in MySlice. These fees are not included in either the tuition or the program fees. Any new course-related fees or fee increases approved after this date will be announced prior to registration. All students who register for a course with a course-related fee are required to pay the fee, even if they are only auditing the course.

Please note: All field study is planned in advance and subject to change due to social distancing requirements and unforeseen circumstances (safety or weather-related alerts, strikes, etc.). In the event there are any changes to the proposed schedule/itinerary, we will either provide an alternative option of comparable academic significance and cost or process the applicable credit to students’ Bursar accounts.

Financial Deadline to Withdraw from the Program: Please refer to the SU Tuition, Fees, and Related Policies Bulletin for information on refund of course-related fees for students who withdraw from the program voluntarily, involuntarily, or due to suspension or expulsion.

Financial Drop Deadline: Students who drop a class by the Financial Deadline indicated in MySlice may request a refund of any unspent or uncommitted portion of the course fee. There is no refund of course fees to students in the program who make course/credit changes after this deadline except for an excused absence due to a scheduling conflict with other required field study.

Architecture (ARC)
ARC 300.2 – Renaissance Architecture in Italy: 1400-1600 (Florence site visits) $150
ARC 407/408 – Architectural design courses (studio supplies and related activities) $130
ARC 500.2 – Sustainable Urbanism in Europe (day trip to nature reserve; vegetable garden supplies; Florence site visits) $75
ARC 500.3 – Alberti’s Window and Other Worldviews (printing; model-making supplies; Florence site visits) $155
ARC 500.6 – Architecture and Fascism in Italy (day trip to Como; Florence site visits) $115
ARC 571 – Survey of Italian Architecture (overnight field trips) $1250*
*Actual costs are higher and are supplemented by a portion of the program fee; therefore, students in this field study course do not participate in the All-School field trips.

Arts and Sciences (ANT, EAR, GEO, HOA, HST, LIT, PSC, PSY), Sport and Human Dynamics (FST, NSD), Visual and Performing Arts (CRS, DRA, FIL), and Whitman School of Management (BUA, INB)

ANT 300.1/HST 400.1 – Before Rome: Etruscans, Greeks and Others (day trips to Ferrara and Artimino; Florence site visits)        $190
BUA 300.1 – Made in Italy: Business, Craftmanship and Branding Success (day trip to Circular Fashion Lab in Prato; Florence site visits)          $160
CRS 300.2 – Fake News, Hate Speech, and Social Images (printmaking supplies; Florence site visits)             $35
CRS/INB 342-Cross-Cultural Management: Communicating in the Global Workplace (day trip to Prato; Florence site visits)               $130
EAR 105 – Earth Science (day trip to Lago di Bolsena; Florence site visits)        $190
FST 304 – Farm to Fork (Tuscan farm day trip; tastings; cooking classes; supplies) $275
GEO 400.2 – Sustainable Urbanism in Europe (day trip to nature reserve; vegetable garden supplies; Florence site visits) $75
HOA 203 – Italian Arts from Antiquity to Michelangelo (day trip to Fiesole; Florence site visits) $190
HOA 320 – Italian Renaissance Art (Florence site visits) $140
HOA 400.2 – Renaissance Architecture in Italy: 1400-1600 (Florence site visits) $150
HOA 413 – Art, Faith and Power in Late Medieval Italy (Ravenna day trip; Florence site visits) $180
HOA 424 – Sixteenth Century Italian Art and Identity (Florence site visits) $95
HOA 521 –Michelangelo (two-day trip to Vatican with private visit to view Sistine Ceiling; Florence site visits) $320
LIT/FIL 423 – Italian Film Now (overnight trip to Torino Film Festival; festival pass)        $410
LIT 445/DRA 325 – Comedy in Italy from Ancient to Modern Times  (day trip to Renaissance theater in Parma; Florence site visits)       $110
NSD 452/HST 300 – Mediterranean Food and Culture (day trip to Chianti; group meal; tastings; Florence site visits)       $205
PSC 408 – Politics of Immigration in Europe (daytrip to Prato; workshop)       $115
PSY 376 – Why Good People Do Terrible Things (Oxfam workshop; Florence site visit)       $30
 

Studio Arts at Syracuse Florence (AIC, APH, ARI)

A lab fee will be charged in all courses to cover the cost of models and/or basic studio supplies and studio maintenance. Students must pay directly for additional supplies, if needed, and either bring or purchase materials more appropriate to individual selection.
 

Photography:

*APH 300.1: Fashion Photography Students must bring with them or purchase a digital camera with manual settings and 16-32 GB memory cards. (workshop with local photographer; Florence site visits) $240
 

Art Intensive Studios:

ARI 300 .2– Found Objects: Sculptures in Context (day trip to Fattoria di Celle; Florence site visit) $95
 

Drawing:

ARI 231 – Drawing I: Observation – Florentine Sketchbook (day trip to Colleramole; Florence site visits) $215
ARI 333 – Drawing II: Representation to Conceptualization $175
ARI 467 – Experimental Advanced Drawing $175
 

Painting:

ARI 261 – Painting Studio I $305
ARI 361/400.1 – Painting Studio II/Advanced Painting $340
 

Studio Arts in Florentine Studios (ARI, TXT)

A lab fee will be charged in all courses to cover the cost of models and/or basic studio supplies and studio maintenance. All metalsmithing fees also include a tool kit. Students must pay directly for additional supplies, if needed, and either bring or purchase materials more appropriate to individual selection.
ARI 280.1/280.2 – Beginning Metalsmithing I and II $250
TXT 280.2/380.2 – Silkscreen I and II $250