Nov 25


The American College of Greece operates a modern apartment complex just a short walk from campus. Students housed in ACG apartments live in a safe, clean, residential environment in a quiet neighborhood with nearby grocery stores, cafes, restaurants and shopping outlets. Our student residences consist of fully furnished studio, two-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments. All feature fully equipped kitchens, comfortable living rooms, full bathrooms, marble floors and large outdoor balconies. The bedrooms have single beds, side tables, and closets for storage. The kitchens are equipped with cooking utensils, oven, microwave, refrigerator, etc. All apartments have air-conditioning, heating and free wi-fi access.

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Sample Residence Apartment

A typical apartment interior in an ACG student residence.


Residence Lounge

The lounge of an ACG student residence building situated just two blocks from the campus. The lounge is a favorite hangout for student.

Laundry, Fitness and Common Areas

There are complimentary on-site laundry facilities, complimentary fitness center in the main building, a quiet study area, outdoor area in back for relaxing, and large lobby with TV, DVDs and games for casual group gathering and events.

Full-time Residents' Assistant

We have full-time residents’ assistants (RAs) who are responsible for providing services and support for students residing in our College residences. RAs help to assure the safety and security of students, assist students in finding their way around Athens and Greece, and plan cultural enhancement activities. RAs are also trained in first aid, CPR, fire safety and evacuation.


"The study abroad housing at DEREE is just a short walk from campus, a fresh farmer's market, and many shops and businesses. I love walking downtown to catch the metro to Athens, grab a cup of coffee, or shop. I love hanging out there…Everyone is friendly, and we enjoy cooking dinners for the group in our fully-equipped kitchen!"

- Rebecca Rice, Northern Arizona University