While in Rome, Thomas More College students stay at a majestic Roman villa—nestled at the top of Via delle Fornaci just a few steps from the ancient Via Aurelia Antica. Designed by Gaetano Minnucci, a notable Roman Architect, the villa’s beauty and charm is increased with it’s winding terraces, gardens and views. Stepping out of the gate, the students have, on one side, St. Peter’s Square a few paces down the street, and the other side, the Janiculum Hill, the most desirable part of the city, where ancient Rome opens before them.
At the Villa, Thomas More College students enjoy communal daily life in a setting of beauty and tranquility that refreshes both body and soul after daily tours in the highly urban environment of Rome. The extensive grounds, the quiet spots for reading and prayer, and the frequent opportunities for a conversation all contribute to a fertile environment for intellectual, cultural, and spiritual growth.
Student life at the Villa offers many amenities, including Internet access, three full meals served daily, and laundry service.
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