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What was the University of Dallas Rome address in the 1970s?

Last Updated: Aug 12, 2013  |  149 Views
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To my knowledge the current address Via Dei Ceraseti 12; 00040 Frattocchie, Marino; Roma, NA 00040; Italy is the same as it was in 1970. 

According the UD 2012-13 Bulletin, the Rome program was founded in 1970.  On the UD website, the property was rented from Renzo Pigas.  In 1990 the property was purchased by UD and renovations/expansions commenced.  In 1994 the Rome Campus (Due Santi) was dedicated as the Eugene Constantin Campus.

For more information try Sybil Novinski, Archives, lower level Blakley building, snovinsk@udallas.edu , 972 265 5770; or Rebecca Davies, Director of Rome Program, Augustine Hall, bdavies@udallas.edu or 972 721 4147.

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  1. the address in the 70's was on Via Aurelia, Roma
    by Adrianne on Sep 11, 2018.


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