Academics & Curriculum
CYA summer courses are offered in two consecutive 4-week sessions and have been arranged so that motivated students may earn credit in complementary courses. Each course, worth 3 credits, has a particular theme and location in Greece. The program includes courses which cover the sites and monuments of ancient Athens, Anthropology/Service Learning on Paros, participation in the excavation of an archaic sanctuary on the island of Despotiko, as well as study-travel courses in Archaeology, History, and Religion that introduce students to major sites in Greece and the Aegean coast of Turkey. Detailed information on these courses is available on the CYA website.
Accommodation & Meals
Students live in furnished, air-conditioned apartments or hotels with free wireless internet. Most apartments are within a 2-10 minute walk of campus and come with a common area, double and/or single rooms, an outdoor balcony, and an equipped kitchen.
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Within walking distance are grocery stores, cafes and restaurants, bakeries, dry-cleaning shops, banks, and other amenities, including a lively, weekly outdoor "people's market" offering fresh fruit and vegetables, fish, and flowers.