Virtual Summer Study

Deadline: June 11th

Virtual Summer Study 2021

Take a course for FREE this summer!
Prepare for a trip to Greece next summer AND earn credits this summer!
 
The BU Philhellenes have set up a VIRTUAL Summer Study Program that will allow you to do accredited coursework this summer and qualify you for a scholarship of at least $1,000 if you are admitted to next year’s Summer Study in Athens.
The BU Philhellenes are offering a scholarship to any BU student that enrolls in either course covering the ENTIRE COST of tuition. 

Two online courses will be offered through The American College of Greece, Modern Greek Language, Culture, and Literature taught by Kelly Polychroniou, Head of the BU Modern Greek Program, and Ancient Greek History taught by Dr. Brandon Jones. Both courses transfer back to BU, the first as CAS CG101 and the second as CAS CL321.  
 
Both courses meet June 28th to July 23rd Monday through Friday 10:40-12:40pm.

If you complete one of the Virtual Summer Study courses this summer, you will automatically qualify for a scholarship of at least $1,000 if you are admitted to next year’s Summer Study in Athens.
 
The registration deadline is Friday, June 11th. 
 
For more information and to register for one of the courses, please email Kelly Polychroniou (kpol@bu.edu).

Learn more about the program!

Summer Study Donors

The Boston University Department of Classical Studies and the Boston University Philhellenes gratefully recognize the support of the following generous donors who have made scholarships possible for our students:

The John and Sonia Lingos Family Foundation
The Alpha Omega Council of Boston
Ms. Joyce Deliyiannis (HELPIS)
Mr. George Danis
Ms. Moira Luthin
Mr. Harry Katis
Kleanthi Mavrogiannaki (Greek 4 Kids)
Efstathsios Mallakis (Desfina Restaurant)
Brothers Kouzina
Stellios Deliyiannis (Weston Road Cafe)
The Boston University Hellenic Studies Fund
The NEH Distinguished Teaching Professorship
The Gerondelis Foundation
The Hellenic Women’s Club

Contact Information

Questions about the program can be addressed to: Prof. L. J. Samons (Dept. of Classical Studies/Core): ljs@bu.edu or the Department of Classical Studies: 617-353-2427, classics@bu.edu

For information about The American College of Greece, visit www.acg.edu.

Support BUPh

If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation to the Boston University Philhellenes (BUPh) Project in order to support the summer program in Greece for our students, please make your check out to “Boston University” and write “BU Philhellenes” in the memo line. Send the check to BUPh, Department of Classical Studies, Boston University, 745 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, MA, 02215. All donations will be gratefully acknowledged.