Santa Reparata International School of Art

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Learn more about MY SRISA
MY SRISA can be used for prospective students who plan to attend SRISA.  We invite you to create an account to: 

• Apply for admission
• Check your admission status
• Pay the registration fee
• Schedule a campus tour in Florence
• View sample course syllabi

MY SRISA is used by enrolled students to:

• Register (register, add/drop)
• Manage billing (view invoices, pay tuition, housing, and fees)
• View grades
• View course syllabi and assignments

MY SRISA is used by SRISA Faculty for the following types of activities:

• Advise students
• View registration
• Assign grades to students
• Upload course syllabi and assignments, and share other academic information with their students

MY SRISA is used by SRISA partners and university affiliates to:

• View course syllabi
• Access registration forms
• Access Faculty-Led Program information
• View and Pay invoices
• Request Marketing material

MY SRISA is intended for the use of the SRISA community. It is available for the communication of confidential academic information. By accessing this system, you are obliged to conform with SRISA’s information security policy and to not compromise your or any other person’s confidential information.

Under the provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), confidential student information may not be disclosed to a third party without explicit permission from the student. You may direct any questions regarding confidentiality of student records to SRISA’s Assistant Director.
SRISA’s Faculty-Led Programs allow institutions to enhance their program offerings by providing an opportunity for visiting faculty and their student body to gain study abroad experience in a unique setting. Faculty-Led Programs utilize existing SRISA’s infrastructure, studios, and services, allowing faculty to focus on teaching rather than managing logistical challenges of being abroad.  Each relationship is unique and structured to address each new program’s student, faculty and administrative needs. 
Students are able to experience learning in an unparalleled environment and actively participate in the student exhibition at the end of every term.  Visiting faculty have an opportunity to engage with other visiting professors and SRISA’s local faculty and staff, providing a bridge into the community and cross-cultural learning.
For more information on our Faculty-Led Programs, please contact 
Rebecca Olsen, Director.
SRISA Faculty-Led Programs have their own 
portal on the SRISA Website. Here you will find images and materials to promote your program. If you are not a registered user, you can sign up here.

Faculty-Led Partner Testimonials

Thanks to one of my students who spent a fall semester at SRISA, the VCU Fashion in Florence Program was created. She told me how wonderful her experience was and thought that a summer program would be a wonderful way to give more students the opportunity to experience the beautiful city of Florence and work with the fantastic team at SRISA. Our program has run interrupted since 2008 as both a one month and two month program. The faculty and staff at SRISA are incredible to work with and eager to help in any way to make our programs successful.

Kimberly Guthrie, Assistant Chair, VCU Department of Fashion Design and Merchandising

Teaching students from my home university, Indiana University South Bend, in Florence with SRISA has been an amazing experience. The students always have a memorable trip of a lifetime. And SRISA makes the experience easy for me. I teach and enjoy the atmosphere in Italy and I know that the staff at SRISA is always there to help answer questions and resolve any issue or concern. After four trips to Italy, I feel a close friendship with everyone at SRISA.

Susan L. Moore, Associate Professor, Ernestine M. Raclin School of Art, Indiana University, South Bend

I enjoy a long and successful collaboration with SRISA for our study abroad printmaking courses, enabling our students to blend in and benefit from SRISA’s experience, logistics, and organization. The studios are beautiful and open, housing is convenient and in interesting locations, and the city of Florence of course is unsurpassed! Each student has an amazing experience, and my teaching has interaction and growth because of this opportunity.

Karen Kunc, Cather Professor of Art, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of Art and Art History