Summer Programs are a great way to achieve rapidly proficiency in a language. Below is a list of summer programs offering Latin and/or Greek.
Students interested in continuing on to graduate study in Classics will need to have proficiency in German and French or Italian in addition to that of Greek and Latin. A summer program in these modern languages will prepare you well for this graduate school requirement.
If you are aware of a good program in any of the above languages which is not included in this list, contact the [[panoussi, webmaster]].
- City University of New York (CUNY) Latin/Greek Institute. Greek 101-202 (beginning and intermediate) or Latin 101-202 in one session.
- University of Arizona Summer Intensive Greek and Latin Programs: Greek 101-102; Latin 101-102, 201-202; you can do Latin 101-202 in one summer).
- University of Virginia Summer Latin Institute: Latin 101-202 in one session.
- University of Texas at Austin Department of Classics Summer Programs: offers intensive Greek (beginning and intermediate in one session) and Latin 101-102 (web-based).
- University of Toronto, Center for Medieval Studies: beginning and intermediate Latin with medieval target texts.