Housing

Housing is one of the distinguishing features of the Wells in Florence Program.
Our experienced resident directors work to ensure that you will have nice, comfortable accommodations in safe neighborhoods -- all within walking distance of your classes at the Lorenzo de’ Medici Institute.
Testimonial

"The Wells in Florence Program and my semester abroad was a life-changing experience. Wells did an absolutely amazing job to make learning fun. Not only do I think Wells was the best program in Florence, but my other friends on other programs felt the same way. They wished they had gone through Wells as well."

—J.B., University of Michigan

You choose between apartment living with other students or homestay with a local family.

Most students choose to stay in apartments with other program participants, in groups ranging from 2-6 students.

Apartments include:

  • Shared bedroom (supplemental charge for single room)
  • Fully stocked kitchen with necessary pots, pans, dishware and utensils
  • Linens, towels, pillows, blanket and bedspread
  • WiFi

If you already speak some Italian and one of your goals is to improve your language skills, home stays are also available.

Home stay includes:

  • Shared bedroom
  • Continental breakfast 7 days per week and dinner 6 days per week for the duration of the program
  • Linens, towels, pillows, blanket and a bedspread
  • WiFi

Learn about the Host Institution >>

Find a List of Florence Courses >>


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Questions?

You can contact Amy Torea, Wells College Florence Program Coordinator, at florence@wells.edu or call 315-364-3291 for more information.

 

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