The study of the Italian language is important in order to understand the legacy and influence in today’s globalized world of Italian culture and history. Courses explore the early modern as well as the modern/contemporary periods, and offer a variety of perspectives on literature, theater, music, cinema, history, politics, geopolitical and migratory movements, gender and sexuality, food and fashion. In-person, hybrid and online courses have been implemented and enhanced students’ academic performance and satisfaction, and the new technology-enhanced infrastructure is now in place for the three introductory series of Italian 1, 2, and 3. We also offer a summer Travel-Study Program in Rome.