Student Programs

Traditional Summer Sessions

KSU in Tuscany in partnership with the Montepulciano Consortium (Georgia Southern, GCSU, VSU, and Georgia Highlands) operates a four-week and five-week summer session for university students interested in taking undergraduate courses in the fine arts and the liberal arts and sciences. Faculty from across the Consortium teach a General Education course and an upper-division course within their field of study. General Education courses often include World Literature; World History; Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology, or Sociology; Introduction to Visual Art, Theatre, and Music. Upper-division courses have included courses on Church Renaissance and Reformation, Ancient Rome, Shakespeare in Italy, Medieval and Renaissance Art. Faculty and Students on this program take field trips to Rome, Florence, Assisi, Siena, Pisa, and the Vatican City.