This travel/study course is sponsored by the
Continuing Education Office of SUNY
Oneonta and Associate Professor of Art,
Thomás is a native of
Greece, and an artist whose work in stone is
inspired by Ancient Greek Art. He has studied
the history, styles, and technique of Greek
Art and is the author of Ancient-Greece.org.
Thomás has photographed the landscapes and ancient artifacts of Greece extensively and his photographs have been published in magazines and textbooks. He is the author of GreekLandscapes.com
The tour is organized and is subject to the terms and conditions of EF College Study Tours.
All participants must have professor Sakoulas' permission to enroll in this tour, and must enroll for the credit classes available.
Participants must complete all the mandatory forms of the SUNY Oneonta Study-Abroad Programs and must hold a valid passport and all required visas.
All participants must submit a completed SUNY Overseas Academic Program Student Health Information Form (completed by a physician), and consent to a background check prior to being issued a plane ticket.
How to Enroll
Complete the following steps:
- Contact Professor Sakoulas and get permission, travel forms, and the tour number.
Office: Fine Arts 223A
Phone: (607) 436-2687
- Enroll on the tour
Enrollment begins March 14, 2010.
Reserve your seat with a $95 enrollment fee.
Please read this entire page and the travel agency's Booking Conditions carefully, and be sure to speak with Professor Sakoulas before you enroll.
CLICK HERE TO ENROLL
- Visit the Continuing Education office and fill out the SUNY Study Abroad forms by March 1, 2011.
The packet includes the Student Health Information Form which needs to be completed by the Health Center or your physician, and a background check consent form.
- Register for the college courses
Course Registration begins March , 2011 in the Continuing Education office
Dates & Deadlines:
Trip dates: May 25- June 6, 2011*
Enrollment begins March 14, 2010
Fees and Expenses:
Participants pay Tuition + Travel Fees + Insurance + Pocket money
- Tuition for each class (3 credits):
in-state residents: $623.55*
out-of-state residents: $1610.55*
You might be eligible for Financial Aid - Talk to your Financial Aid advisor.
- Travel fees* : $3701 (without the EF Tours Insurance), or $3843 (including the EF Tours Insurance)
Keep in mind that insurance is mandatory - read the paragraph on insurance below.
(Detailed price quote) (Booking Conditions)
The travel fees cover:
Round-trip airfare • 7 overnight stays in hotels with private bathrooms; plus 1 night ferry accommodations, 3 nights
cabin accommodations during the cruise • complete European breakfast • 5 dinners ( plus 3 meals daily during cruise extension) • full-time bilingual Tour Director • 6 sightseeing tours led by licensed local guides (Vatican, City, Rome, Florence, Vesuvius,
Pompeii, Delphi, Athens) • 2 walking tours (Rome, Athens) • 8 visits to special attractions: (Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s Basilica, Colosseum,
Tour of Vesuvius, Roman ruins at Pompeii,
Delphi site, Delphi Museum, Acropolis) • 3-day Greek island cruise with optional excursions offered by the cruise line*
There are three options for insurance. You may purchase the SUNY travel insurance, the EFtours insurance, or you may waive the insurance requirement if you are already covered.
The SUNY travel insurance (aprox. $45) is recommended for all participants. SUNY travel insurance will be paid with the tuition.
EFtours, our travel agent, provides travel insurance options as well starting at $65. Read the terms of both insurance options before you purchase your travel insurance.
Participants who are covered by their own insurance can waive this requirement by completing the appropriate forms and providing proof of adequate insurance. In this case, participants pay a Repatriation/Medical Evaluation fee only which is approximately $5 (proof of adequate health insurance
coverage is required to purchase
- Spending Money
bring a $500 minimum
expenses (food, optional excursions, tips
to guides, entrance
to museums etc.).