Nestled in the heart of the Eternal City, the Rome Global Gateway offers students and faculty a veritable feast of art, architecture, history, and religion, all just steps from its iconic location.

If tradition is at the heart of Notre Dame, there is no better place to understand it than Rome. While the city is dotted with ancient ruins, Biblical sites, and Renaissance works, so too does it contain renown universities, libraries, and archives which can be critical to progress, scholarship, and understanding.

For guests at the Rome Global Gateway, library partnerships, internship opportunities, and community service events await. Lectures and colloquia on topics ranging from migration, to nonlinear analysis, to relationships between the Qur’an and the Bible are attended by scholars from around the world. And the growing list of researchers and visitors at the Via Ostilia facility prove that perhaps all roads do indeed lead to Rome.

The Rome Global Gateway announces consortium with Stanford University and Princeton University

The Rome Global Gateway announces a consortium with Stanford University and Princeton University’s Humanities Council to support the Rome Seminar, a one-month funded summer course for graduate students held in the city.

Home away from home: A Rome International Scholar talks about life with her host family

Beatrice Hall is currently studying in Rome as part of the Rome International Scholars program and writes about life with her host family.

The School of Architecture marks 50 years of the Rome Studies Program

The School of Architecture is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Rome Studies Program at the Rome Global Gateway on April 10-13, 2019.

32 local partners with ongoing collaborations and projects

898 international participants in conferences and events in 2017

1,200 hours of Community Based Learning each year

350 graduate and undergraduate students coming to study abroad in Rome each academic year