Spring Semester Begins
CYA welcomes the Spring 2015 Class with a week of orientation activities organized to introduce them to their new school, language, neighbourhood and city.
Summer Courses for 2015
Exciting summer courses in a range of topics on sustainability, Mediterranean diet, writing creative non-fiction, Egyptian & Greek cultures, archaeological excavating, gender roles in Ancient Athens
If you're a classics major
On-site teaching is a hallmark of the CYA study abroad program. Here A361 The Archaeology of Athens class meets inside the Parthenon with Dr. John Karavas.
Non-Classics at CYA?
In fact, over half of CYA students come from majors other than classics and find courses that count towards their graduation requirements.
Bread & Puppet at CYA
In spring 2015 the Bread & Puppet Theater will be working with students in the Attic Tragedy (in translation) course to produce a show inspired by Greek tragedy entitled ‘A Thing Done in a Seeing Place’.
A special bond and lifelong friendships are formed among CYAers during their semester or year in Athens. The OWL Newsletter and reunions help former classmates keep in touch.
Wherever possible CYA offers students direct contact with the material. Here students are excavating at Aixonides Halai with a 2-week program before the start of the spring semester .