"This has been a great
experience. Athens is a sprawling city that is layered in
history and wonderfully chaotic; every day promises the dawn
of a new adventure."
M., University of Oregon, Major:
Art History, Fall 1999-Spring 2000
"I've had a wonderful time in
Greece, in large part due to the people at the University of
Indianapolis Athens Campus.
I don't know quite when it happened but I feel very
at home here now."
P., Davidson College, Major:
Classical Studies, Fall 2000- Spring 2001
"I loved my experience in
Athens. Although the city took some getting used to (this
was my first time living in a city), I now love it and can't
imagine going back to suburbia. I saw so many amazing things
and really loved being immersed in a different culture. I'll
never forget swimming in the turquoise water next to the
caves in Matala on Crete in late October."
Thea Gallis, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Major:
English/Philosophy, Fall 2002.
"Everyone in the University was
helpful and made my time in Greece very enjoyable."
Alex Georgiton, University of Louisville, Major: Political
Science, Fall 2002-Spring 2003.
"Even though I am not normally
excited by history, it was difficult not to become interested in a city with ancient ruins
everywhere, not to mention a great view of the Acropolis from my apartment
rooftop! I got to visit the many monuments and museums in the city and
many other places in Greece, including Thessaloniki, Mt.
Olympus, Cape Sounio, and Ancient Olympia on the Odyssey
Carey Hart, University of Indianapolis, Major:
Communication, Fall 2004.
"My experience in Greece was
fantastic. I cannot think of a better place to do study
Stremming, University of Indianapolis, International
"My Art and Architecture class opened
my eyes. It
made climbing the Acropolis a rich experience. I saw more
than just a pile of rocks. I saw how Greece laid the
foundation of ideas for Western Civilization."
Owen Hunt, University of Indianapolis, Major:
Electronic Media, Fall 2005.
Odyssey in Athens experience was simply unforgettable.
Not only was I given the opportunity to live in a city
full of culture and history, I was also able to meet and
live with people from across the world. I learned more
about the world and myself during my time in Athens and will
fondly remember every moment."
Zhiela Ashtianipour, Virginia Commonwealth
University, Major: Psychology and Sociology, Fall