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Discover the Sant'Anna Institute!

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(Scroll to see all photos and information!)Hello! Welcome to The Sant'Anna Institute Interactive Map! Across the next two slides, you'll see both a front view and back view of Sant'Anna with buttons that look like this:Click on these buttons to see more information about the institute! A box like this (the one you are viewing) will pop up with additional pictures and descriptions of different areas of Sant'Anna. From the campus garden to views of the residence halls, you'll be able to explore Sant'Anna before you arrive in Italy!Make sure to scroll down to the bottom of each pop of window to view all of the pictures and descriptions that are listed!Have fun and enjoy! If you have any questions, please view our website here, or contact any of our faculty and staff here.

View from the Front

Sant'Anna's Location(Scroll to see all photos and information!)Our Institute is located in the historic center of Sorrento and is perched on the cliff-side overlooking the fishing village of Marina Grande from sea-facing windows. The location is only a short walk to the harbor and the Sorrento Station!View more pictures on our website:https://www.santannainstitute.com/discover-sant-anna/

(Scroll to see all photos and information!)View the beautiful setting of Sorrento, Italy from the Terrace of your Residence Hall, located on the 3rd floor and 4th Floor of the Sant'Anna Institute! p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 13.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #dca10d} span.s1 {color: #000000} Learn more on our website:https://www.santannainstitute.com/discover-sant-anna/

Did you know...(Scroll to see all photos and information!)Sant’Anna Institute was founded in 1998 as Sorrento Lingue.The founder and president, Dr. Cristiana Panicco, fell in love with the town of Sorrento and started the organization as a language school. A couple years after the school was founded, Dr. Panicco started hosting study abroad students in affiliation with US universities.Dr. Cristiana PaniccoLearn more on our website:https://www.santannainstitute.com/discover-sant-anna/

Fun Fact!The Sant’Anna Institute works closely with Jacksonville University, our regional US partner, to offer students a wide range of academic courses. Our Institute is both a study abroad location and an international language school for Italians and foreigners who would like to learn Italian, English, Spanish, German, French, and Japanese!Learn more on our website:https://www.santannainstitute.com/discover-sant-anna/

(Scroll to see all photos and information!)View the beautiful setting of Sorrento, Italy from the Terrace of your Residence Hall, located on the 4th floor of the Sant'Anna Institute! Learn more on our website:https://www.santannainstitute.com/discover-sant-anna/

About Sant'Anna(Scroll to see all photos and information!)Sant’Anna Institute is home to students coming from various countries!We are "a global campus in which faculty respect and draw from different points of view while providing rich field trip experiences and on-site visits to locations that enrich the global context of each course"(All courses are taught in English) p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 13.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #dca10d} span.s1 {color: #000000} Learn more on our website:https://www.santannainstitute.com/discover-sant-anna/

SorrentoSurroundings(Scroll to see all photos and information!)The area surrounding Sorrento has many archaeological sites to visit. These are considered to be remnants of a town fused together by different cultures throughout its history. Some of the main historical stops to visit include:Villa of Pollio FelicePunta del CapoThe Cave of the SirensVilla of Grippa PostumusPorta RomanaPorta ParsanoMuseo Correalethe Mineralogy MuseumMuseum of Villa FondiCampano Mineralogical MuseumA typical Italian dish is Gnocchi "Sorrento style" which includes potato gnocchi with tomato and mozzarella, topped with some more mozarella and pecorino. It is then broiled and baked in a hot oven 'until the cheese melts and the top forms a golden crust.The streets of Sorrento: The ancient Greeks designed the narrow streets of Sorrento and intentionally positioned them to shade pedestrians from the sun.Sorrento is only about thirty minutes of Pompeii, Capri, and Positano.Learn more on our website:https://www.santannainstitute.com/discover-sant-anna/(Photos found online athttp://www.sorrentodreaming.com/what-to-see-sorrento/mineralogical-museum-campano-%E2%80%93-vico-equense/ and https://goliveitblog.com/by-destination/7-facts-about-sorrento-that-might-surprise-you/)

Fun Facts About Sorrento!(Scroll to see all photos and information!)Sorrento gained notoriety in the 1800s as a holiday spot for the wealthy and famous. This seaside town has been a host to Luciano Pavarotti, Lord Byron, John Keats, Charles Dickens, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Heinrich Ibsen.Legend has it that the Greek warrior Odysseus (the main character in The Odyssey) founded a temple devoted to the cult of the Sirens; mythological mermaids who lured sailors to their death with their bewitching songs. The city itself likely got its name from the sirens, rumored to swim off the coast of Sorrento.(the above photo is found on https://www.shmoop.com/odyssey/photo-sirens.html)Lemons in Sorrento are considered the best in the world thanks to the mineral rich volcanic soil compliments of Mount Vesuvius!Sorrento is also famous for being the birthplace of Torquato Tasso (1544 – 1595), the great sixteenth century poet, whose works include “Jerusalem Delivered”, “Rinaldo” and “Aminta”.Learn more on our website:https://www.santannainstitute.com/discover-sant-anna/

Our Student Lounge...is open for all students for gathering and relaxing between classes!(Scroll to see all photos and information!)Relax on our comfortable sofas, grab a snack from our vending machines, or play some tunes on the piano. This is a great spot for coffee breaks and giving students a chance for intercultural exchanges.Learn more on our website:https://www.santannainstitute.com/discover-sant-anna/

View from the Back

(Scroll to see all photos and information!)Sant'Anna is surrounded by a garden with lemon, orange, and kiwi trees! You can also keep active by using our campus sports court (Play basketball, soccer, or hangout under the stars!)Learn more on our website:https://www.santannainstitute.com/discover-sant-anna/

The Kitchen(Scroll to see all photos and information!)Visit the kitchen for meals or just to mingle with friends!Our open-floor kitchen space contains shared electric stoves, ovens, fridges, dishes, glassware, small serving bowls, cutlery, pots and pans, and utensils.You will be able to participate in cooking lessons or join our cooking club! Learn more on our website:https://www.santannainstitute.com/discover-sant-anna/

The Library:(Scroll to see all photos and information!)Our studio library is a printing point and also offers a wide range of books on all subjects related to the teaching interests of Sant'Anna!The studio library has garden-facing windows and is a great, quiet space to study.Learn more on our website:https://www.santannainstitute.com/discover-sant-anna/

Residence Hall Facts (3rd and 4th floor dorms)(Scroll to see all photos and information!)Our Residence Hall has 23 bedrooms which are composed of double, triple, and quadruple rooming options. Each room includes: twin beds, desks, chairs, wardrobes, night tables, a mini fridge, and wireless and cable internet connection.Sea-view rooms feature a window and some garden-view rooms feature a balcony!Each room also contains: air conditioning, a ceiling lamp, blankets, bedspreads, bed linen, mattress pads, pillows, trash receptacles andhas an ensuite bathroom with a shower, toilet, sink, and hot water.3 towels are also given to each student. Laundry facilities are located in the building and the machines are coin-operated.Learn more on our website:https://www.santannainstitute.com/discover-sant-anna/

Information on Classrooms (1st and 2nd floor)(Scroll to see all photos and information!)Classrooms are located in the same building as residence halls, so most activities are located in the same area!Each classroom contains a smart board, a computer, a projector, Wi-Fi connection, and air conditioning.We are proud to use the experiential learning model where our students engage with their professors via site visits! Here are some examples:Volcanology students spend a day at Mount VesuviusArchaeology students spend a day at PompeiiBusiness students have site visits at local businessesTake classes in the following genres!*Italian StudiesClassical StudiesHumanities and ArtsBusiness StudiesSocial SciencesSciences and Natural SciencesHealth StudiesCultural StudiesInternship*Classes/genres vary within programsView more pictures below!Learn more on our website:https://www.santannainstitute.com/discover-sant-anna/

(Scroll to see all photos and information!)Sorrento overlooks the Gulfs of Naples.Here are some pictures of the view from Sant'Anna Institute!See more on our website:https://www.santannainstitute.com/discover-sant-anna/

Apartments and Host Family Housing Options!(Scroll to see all photos and information!)Shared ApartmentsShared apartments are ideal for students looking for a more independent housing option!Every apartment has its own unique layout but each apartment comes with:Bed and linens, a closet/dresser, a desk, a stove, basic cooking and eating necessities, a kitchen table and chairs, Wi-Fi, TV, A/C, and a washing machine.(Students will be responsible for purchasing their own groceries, toiletries, cleaning supplies etc.)All apartments are situated in antique buildings, especially in historic centers, so students will be able to experience life in an authentic Italian apartment!Host Family Living:Sant’Anna Institute’s host families are located throughout Sorrento and are able to accommodate up to three students in each home.Host families will provide breakfast daily and students can choose the option to have dinner with the host family, too. Students will receive:BreakfastBed in a private or shared room with Sant’Anna studentsWiFi connectionAccess to laundryHomestay accommodations are on a first-come first-serve basis.For students who truly want the authentic Italian experience, staying with a local family is a great opportunity to experience the different culture through the wonderful food, daily interactions with the family, and ability to create a lifelong bond.Learn more on our website: p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 13.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #dca10d} https://www.santannainstitute.com/discover-sant-anna/

Gym(Scroll to see all photos and information!)Shoot hoops, play volleyball, take a yoga class, or workout with friends in our gym, located on the first floor of Sant'Anna Institute!Learn more on our website:https://www.santannainstitute.com/discover-sant-anna/