The field school is an accredited academic program offered by The Ohio State University and the University of Pisa. Students accepted in the program are required to enroll in ANTH 5685 (Field School in Archaeology – Dr. Giuseppe Vercellotti) for a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 12 credit hours through The Ohio State University (www.osu.edu). Non-OSU students may seek credit recognition through their academic institution by requesting an enrollment waiver as part of their application. Non-OSU students that will be granted an enrollment waiver will not be required to enroll in or pay tuition to The Ohio State University.
Tuition for the field school varies depending on number of credit hours, academic affiliation, and residence status1 and must be paid directly to the Ohio State University:
- Academic Status
- OSU Students/
- OSU Students/
- Non-OSU Students
11Tuition information is estimated for a minimum of 3 credit hours and based on the current tuition and fee schedule; actual tuition may vary slightly. Non-OSU students may incur additional fees.
In addition to tuition, students will pay support fees in the amount of $1,695. These fees will cover housing, meals, excavation and laboratory equipment, and staff costs, and are payable in full upon admission. International travel to Italy is not included in these fees and is the students’ sole responsibility.
There are no application fees, however students are required to pay support fees in full within 2 weeks of admission. Tuition must be paid in full prior to field school starting date (for detailed information refer to The Ohio State University’s policy and procedures regarding tuition). In case of student withdrawal, all support fees minus a non-refundable deposit of $350 will be refunded until April 30, 2013. After April 30, 2013 fees will not be refunded.