When students aren't in the historical center of Rome for their on-site classes they are taking course on campus. Students enroll in courses offered throughout the day and in the evening on campus. Some courses offer a combination of classroom work and on-site visits.
24-Hour Computer Labs
The JFRC provides computer stations for its students. All are connected with the Internet, and those in the computer labs and information commons are accessible 24 hours a day. Students should bring a USB flash drive to save all of their documents. Students can print to local computers in the labs and in the information commons. All students will receive a printer card with €7 already loaded on it. Students can then add money to their cards on campus.
The JFRC also offers wireless access in the Information Commons/Library and Rinaldo's Cafe. If students wish to avail themselves of this service, once in Rome they will be provided with the electronic information necessary for accessing the Internet through the JFRC's system. They also may need to acquire a wireless access card in Rome to ensure compatibility. In deciding whether to take a personal computer with them, students should bear in mind that it represents that much more valuable personal property for them to look out for while they are abroad.