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NOTE: Program is full
Travel: May 3-13, 2018
Course: May 3-13, 2018

Visit the historic city of Athens and live among the people of Kalymnos during an 11-day journey to Greece. The primary goal of this program is to expose students to ancient Greek studies while traveling to Athens and the island of Kalymnos. Participating students will examine the general characteristics of ancient Greek religion, culture, society, art, history, math, and literature. Students will also discover how ancient Greece still contributes to Western societies and cultures today. View Professor Felos’ Greece presentation.

GreecePhoto Gallery
View our Greece Photo Gallery to whet your appetite.

Think you can’t afford to study abroad? Scholarships and other ways to fund your study abroad program are available. Explore scholarship options now.

Available courses – Students must enroll in at least one course from the list below. If desired, students may enroll in one course from each professor, for a total of 6 credits. Note: Please talk to an advisor to ensure you have met all college enrollment requirements AND course prerequisites.

Professor: Kimberly Felos

  • HUM 2210 – Western Humanities: Ancient to Renaissance – 3 credits
  • HUM 2262 – Introduction to Greek Culture – 3 credits
  • CLT 2373 – Ancient Greek Mythology – 3 credits

Professor: Matthew Sims

  • HUM 1020 – Intro to Humanities – 3 credits
  • LIT 2110 – World Literature I: Ancient through Renaissance – 3 credits

Lead faculty contacts
After you submit the application online, we will review your application and e-mail you with details of scheduling your interview with the Greece trip lead faculty, Kimberly Felos, 727-712-5747.

Other SPC Study Abroad trips
Learn more about other Study Abroad countries where SPC students have made their mark.

Student Travel Blog – For a taste of what it’s like to study abroad in Greece, or to follow our students as they travel, read posts from the Greece blog below.

Tarpon Springs Welcomes Greek Ambassador Haris Lalacos!

Greek Ambassador Haris Lalacos

On Monday, January 29, 2018, the City of Tarpon Springs, under the leadership of its first Greek-born Mayor, Chris Alahouzos, welcomed the Greek Ambassador Haris Lalacos, by hosting an Open Forum Panel Discussion at the City Hall. In addition to Ambassador Lalacos, panelists were US Congressman Gus Bilirakis, Tampa Bay Greek Consul General Dimitrios Sparos, and … Continue reading Tarpon Springs Welcomes Greek Ambassador Haris Lalacos!

Experience the Greece Study Abroad program in May 2018!

Greece Study Abroad program

In summer 2018, SPC students will have the wonderful opportunity to enroll in the Greece Study Abroad program and immerse themselves in the Greek culture. Students participating in the Greece Study Abroad program will earn credit hours towards their SPC degree while experiencing all that Greece has to offer; such as museums, the history of … Continue reading Experience the Greece Study Abroad program in May 2018!

Our new temporary home: Kalymnos, Greece

I think its safe to say we’re all pretty happy. I’m currently writing this on my hotel balcony. The sun has just risen. The view is amazing. You can see the whole town from here, as well as the mountains and the ship ports. It’s absolutely beautiful. There’s birds flying, scooters passing, and boats sailing … Continue reading Our new temporary home: Kalymnos, Greece

Satistics in Greece by Shanelle ODonnell

Yesterday in Greece we applied statistical approaches to shopping in the flea market. Our equation was in fact a Binomial Probability Distribution. Our question was what the probability of finding a souvenir was. This is a binomial because it meets the four criteria required: 1. It has a set number of tests; we went to … Continue reading Satistics in Greece by Shanelle ODonnell