We believe that studying abroad can complement an undergraduate curriculum in the liberal arts. The Classical Languages faculty have professional ties with numerous programs and will happily advise students on the programs that best suit their interests; Italy, Greece, and the United Kingdom are regular destinations for our students who study abroad.
The William Royall Scholarship Fund, given by the family and friends of William Royall, provides a $500 award for excellence in classical studies, with preference to students who plan to travel abroad to classical sites. Application
Particularly, Wake Forest University is a member of the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome (the Centro) and the Classical Languages Department has regular participants in the program, College Year in Athens. For further information on studying abroad through Wake Forest, visit: http://studyabroad.wfu.edu/