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Professional Organizations:

  • American Classical League-resources of importance to the teaching and study of the Classics.
  • National Junior Classical League- an organization for students of the Classics. See and meet the officers, get information about the organization, and see what other Latin clubs are doing around the world.
  • ACTFL- The American Council  on the Teaching of Foreign Languages
  • CAAS - Classical Association of the Atlantic States
  • VROMA- on-line community of Classicists funded by the NEH
  • NCLG National Committee for Latin and Greek
  • American Academy in Rome -find out about the only American overseas center for independent study and advanced research in the fine arts and the humanities.
  • American Philological Association -homepage for the APA, a learned society for classical studies in North America. Its membership is composed primarily of university and college teachers of classical studies in North America, but includes many preparatory school teachers as well as members from outside the United States and Canada.
  • CAMWS -The Classical Association of the Midwest and South, an organization of university, college, secondary and elementary teachers of Latin, Greek and all other studies which focus on the world of classical antiquity.
  • The Classical Association of the Empire State, Inc. -(CAES) is a not-for-profit professional organization of teachers and professors of ancient Latin and Greek, which seeks to advance interest in, and the study of the classical languages and civilizations in the schools and colleges of New York State. CAES also strives to meet the professional needs of all teachers of the classical languages.
  • Classical Association of Minnesota
  • Classics Technology Center (CTCWeb)- repository of practical tools, for educators, students, and other Classicists. It provides the free dissemination and open exchange of practical educational materials, systems, and applications by individuals and organizations involved in th Classics community.
  • Kansas CAMWS -information about CAMWS and the Classics in Kansas and nationally, and the surrounding states of Missouri and Nebraska.
  • North Carolina Classical Association-non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the study of Latin, Greek, Classical Art and Archaeology, and Ancient History. NCCA holds meetings twice a year to exchange ideas, to hear speakers discuss research and pedagogy in the Classics, and simply to meet others who share our interests. Our membership includes college and university faculty, primary and secondary-school teachers, students at all levels, and persons simply interested in the ancient Greco-Roman world.
  • Kentucky Classics-
  • Ontario Classical Association -a society dedicated to the promotion of Classical Studies in the province of Ontario by discussing the problems and promoting the efficiency of teachers of Latin, Greek, and Classical Civilization; by encouraging interest and scholarship in the Classics; by stimulating, maintaining and extending interest in the Humanities. Members of the OCA include university professors, secondary school teachers, university and secondary school students, and other persons interested in the Classics.
  • The Tennessee Classical Association home page
  • Texas Classical Association -an organization for teachers and future teachers of the classics in Texas at all levels, from the elementary school through the university level.
  • Classical Association of Virginia -organization of university professors, secondary school teachers, and students of all levels.
  • Classical Association of New England-electronic access to CANE documents and information about CANE activities.
  • Archaeological Institute of America-dedicated to the encouragement and support of archaeological research and publication and to the protection of the world's cultural heritage for more than a century. A non-profit cultural and educational organization chartered by the U.S. Congress, it is the oldest and largest archaeological organization in North America, with more than 10,000 members around the world.