Info for Advisors

info for advisors

The program’s balance between academics, cultural education, and social events allowed me to do well in my classes but also to explore a fascinating culture while meeting truly friendly and generous people from all over the world”

  -Jillian Dubuisson, McGill University


Advisors & Faculty

We understand that study abroad advisors and faculty members play a key role in a student’s study abroad experience. So, to help you better serve students at your institution, we’re providing you with a one stop shop for your most common needs.

We’ve found most study abroad offices need information on:

Accreditation

Deree is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) — easing the process of course credit transfer back to the student’s home institution.

Students must submit the required application documents. We advise prospective students to talk to the study abroad officer at their home institution during this process.

Visa

One of the first steps students will complete in the process of studying abroad will be applying for a student visa. The Office of International Student Services guides students through the visa application process. Once a student has been accepted, they must submit to us the documents listed in the detailed Student Visa Application Instructions. When all documents have been received, the college will obtain approval for a visa on the student’s behalf. Once approved, the Office of International Student Services will send the student the paperwork they will need to submit to their local Greek Consulate.

Please see Student Visa Applications Instructions for details on this visa process.

Housing

Study abroad students live in ACG’s spacious residence complexes a short walk from campus. Standard accommodations include two students sharing a bedroom in a furnished apartment. Meals are self-catered. A grocery store is conveniently located just down the block. Students can choose upgrades such as a single bedroom or studio based on availability. Contact the Office of International Student Services at [email protected] for more details.

Study Abroad On-Campus Internship

Study Abroad students who are enrolled at the American College of Greece through an exchange or visiting student program are eligible to apply for the Study Abroad On-campus Internship Program. Each intern will be assigned an onsite staff supervisor and together will work on semester long projects in order to achieve stated goals.

These are unpaid internship opportunities and do not count for college credit. However, together with the award of an internship certificate upon completion, the internship provides a 10% discount to the comprehensive study abroad fee for the selected students depending on the assignment.

The Study Abroad Student On-Campus Internship Program offers your students the unique opportunity to enrich their study abroad experience and promotes cross-cultural interaction in an international academic environment.

Course Selection

With 26 majors, 44 minors, and over 1,000 courses offered each year, ACG provides students with plenty of courses to choose from in business, fine arts, humanities, social sciences, communication — and more! Please refer to our complete course listing and course descriptions to assist students with course selections.

Pre-registration

After students send us the deposit and visa documents, we’ll send them a Course Registration Form. In the meantime, students should work with an advisor at their home institution to ensure that the courses they wish to take at ACG are approved for transfer back to the home institution. Please refer to our complete course listing and course descriptions to assist students with course selections.

Payment

Our semester comprehensive study abroad fee covers up to 15 credit hours of tuition, housing, fees and three excursions within Greece. The summer sessions and term cover up to six credit hours, and one excursion within Greece. Orientation, faculty support, visa support, and full access to facilities are all included. For more detailed information on pricing, see our tuition and fees page.

Transcripts

We’ll provide students with an official transcript shortly after the conclusion of the semester at no extra cost.


Key Dates

Fall Semester, Academic Year 2018 – 2019

Residence Move in day: September 10 and 11, 2018
Orientation: September 12, 2018
First day of classes: September 13, 2018
Last day of classes: December 11, 2018
Final Examinations: December 13-20, 2018
Residence Move out day: December 21, 2018

Spring Semester, Academic Year 2018 – 2019

Residence move in day: January 9 and 10, 2019
Orientation: January 11, 2019
First day of classes: January 14, 2019
Last day of classes: April 10, 2019
Final Examinations: April 12-19, 2019
Residence move out day: April 20, 2019

Summer Term, Academic Year 2018 – 2019

Residence move in day: May 16, 2019
Orientation: May 17, 2019
First day of classes: May 20, 2019
Last day of classes: July 16, 2019
Final Examinations: July 18, 2019
Residence move out day: July 19, 2019

Summer Session I, Academic Year 2018 – 2019

Residence move in day: May 16, 2019
Orientation: May 17, 2019
First day of classes: May 20, 2019
Last day of classes: June 14, 2019
Final Examinations: June 18, 2019
Residence move out day: June 19, 2019

Summer Session II, Academic Year 2018 – 2019

Residence move in day: June 24, 2019
Orientation: June 25, 2019
First day of classes: June 26, 2019
Last day of classes: July 24, 2019
Final Examinations: July 25, 2019
Residence move out day: July 26, 2019