Thanks to everyone who attended our recent meetings. These meetings provided a forum for your questions, and these questions help us provide you with the information you need.
At our recent meeting, many of you had questions about the optional meal voucher plan. The AIFS office has provided us with this booklet of information, and a map indicating restaurant names and locations. Though this information pertains to the Spring 2010 semester, it is doubtful that much will change. We will post the 2011 booklet updates when they become available. Click on the following documents and save to your computer:
Others of you had questions about the Italian Life & Culture class: What is it? When does the Italian Life & Culture class meet? How is the grade determined? What levels of Italian are included? Can advanced students of Italian enroll in classes outside of our program? As for the last two questions, the ILC class provides very introductory level Italian language instruction. Students interested in more advanced Italian instruction who are willing to pay additional tuition fees may inquire with the AIFS office as to recommendations on local Italian language classes, pricing, schedules, etc. Keep in mind that this may create long days for you as you will still be required to meet for the ILC class. For other information on the ILC class, please scroll down to the Spring 2011 courses section, and note that additional information will be provided on this blog once available.