Each residence hall has its own unique characteristics and rooms and features may vary based on each hall.

Double Bedroom

A shared bedroom accommodation in a larger apartment. The ideal option for any student who has not experienced the cultural immersion and bonding in our residential facilities. Please see below photos of some of our double bedrooms.

Single Bedroom

A single bedroom situated in a bigger apartment. Here, you will be able to enjoy your privacy, while staying in an apartment with diverse roommates from all over the world. Please see below photos of some of our single bedrooms.


Private en-suite living with a compact kitchen area and a dedicated living space.


Residence Lounge

Students living at the Residence Complex can enjoy the lounges situated at the ground floor of each building. These are great spots to hang out, watch movies, and dine with other students.


Apartment Amenities


– Single Bed
(90cm by 200cm
/ 35.43 inches by 78.74 inches)

– Bed-side table
– Closet
– A/C heating/cooling


– Fridge
– Micro-wave oven
– Stove and Stove tops
– Stove
– Stove tops
– Kettle
– Panini Maker
– Silverware Set
– Plates and glasses
– Cutting board

Full Bathroom

– Shower/Bathtub
– Sink
– Toilet
– Marble Floor
– Large mirror


– Large space with marble floors
– Balcony furniture

Additional Facilities/Amenities

– Laundry facility located in each building
– Complementary Fitness areas located in the residence complex
-Spacious lounge areas
– Cable TV
– Backyards
– Free Wi-Fi
– Mailing Service

Explore our student housing!

Soon, I will be completing my time here at the American College of Greece. Ah, what an insightful experience it has been! From the very beginning of my trip, the program has been well organized.

The Residents’ Assistants (RAs) and other staff members made sure that we (students) knew how to use the bus and metro systems. We were also very well informed of the best restaurants, grocery stores, and shops to visit. The RAs exhibited exceptional cordiality and professionalism. I always knew that if I needed help with directions or if I had questions about anything that I could easily get in contact with one of the RAs. I feel confident that the excursions that were offered to the AIFS students allowed us a sufficient perspective of the history and culture of Greece for the time that we had.

The dorm rooms were accommodating and stocked with about a week’s amount of food. I appreciated the ample closet space, AC, and the balcony deck. The study room was my favorite because it was comfortable, had a variety of other furniture such as desks and tables, and a large balcony.

I would most certainly recommend this program and university to anyone desiring to study abroad.

Joyce DeWitt, Liberty University, VA, USA

ACG College Housing