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Housing Type: Residence Hall Class Status: 2. Sophmore
Program Type: Study Abroad Minimum GPA: 2.5
Areas of Study: Accounting, Applied Mathematics, Art History, Art Therapy, Business Administration, Communication, Computer Science, Dance, English, Graphic Design, History, Hospitality Management, International Studies, Marketing Communication, Music, Performing Arts, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, Sport Management, Studio Art, Theatre Application Cancellation/Withdrawal Fee: $50
Program Description:

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Fall 2018 Study Abroad Incentive: The American College of Greece (ACG) is a study abroad location eligible for the Fall 2018 Study Abroad Incentive. Students accepted to ACG will receive a $1200 airfare tuition credit, which is applied to their student account. This credit is reflected as a tuition discount, and can be viewed on the budget sheet. More information on available study abroad incentives can be found here


International in origin and outlook, The American College of Greece offers a distinctive academic ethos rooted in American higher education best practices and integrating American, Greek and European cultures. The College is committed to extending educational opportunities to qualified students of diverse backgrounds and to active, mutually supportive interaction with its alumni. ACG faculty, dedicated to teaching, scholarship and service, cultivate a rich intellectual campus environment, serve numerous external constituencies and contribute to their professional disciplines. Through undergraduate and graduate curricula in the liberal arts and sciences, business and selected professions, as well as through its co-curricular programs, the College enables students:

• to define and pursue their educational and professional goals,
• to develop as critical and creative thinkers and socially aware individuals, and
• to prepare for lives of reflection as well as responsible civic engagement in a complex, global world.


Athens is the city with the most celebrated history in the world, a city worshipped by the ancient gods, a thrilling city. This captivating capital of Greece of 4.5 million people is where democracy was born. Today, Athens is a sprawling, modern metropolis blending the ancient with the modern. Whether you are drawn to exploring the Acropolis or enjoying a leisurely frappe in chic Kolonaki, Athens offers something for everyone. Affordable and lively, Athens is a city of many facets, ideal for young people who would like to experience the broad range of activities that it has to offer. Visits to archaeological sites and beaches, and daytrips to nearby islands and quaint towns — you can do it all here! Athens is also famous, more than any other European capital, for its nightlife. Tavernas, cafes, clubs and bars stay open late as Athenians know how to relax and have fun well into the dawn.



The American College of Greece offers more than 1,000 courses each academic year.  New students are registered in-person by their academic advisor. For course offerings, please visit the ACG class schedule, and select the term you wish to attend from the drop down menu. Please visit ACG Course Descriptions for further detail on your courses, and course syllabi can be found here

The Spring 2018 Academic Calendar is as follows:
  • Arrival Date: January 11, 2018
  • Orientation: January 12, 2018
  • Classes Start: January 15, 2018
  • Mid-Term Exams: February 20 - March 6, 2018
  • Classes End: April 25, 2018
  • Final Exams: April 26 - May 4, 2018
  • Departure Date: May 5, 2018

The Fall 2018 Academic Calendar is as follows:
  • Arrival Date: September 10, 2018
  • Orientation: September 12, 2018
  • Classes Start: September 13, 2018
  • Classes End: December 11, 2018
  • Final Exams: December 13-20, 2018
  • Departure Date: December 21, 2018

Housing & Meals

You'll be thrilled with the student housing at ACG / DEREE.  Study abroad students live in ACG / DEREE's modern, beautiful residence complex just two blocks from the campus in the leafy suburb of Aghia Paraskevi. The one, two and three bedroom apartments have fully equipped kitchens, full bathroom(s), and huge balconies.  The standard bedrooms have two single beds, side tables, and lots of closet space for suitcases and clothes.  Kitchens are equipped with dishes, pots and pans, and silverware. Free laundry facilities are provided in all residence halls. This modern building was constructed as part of the U.S. Athletic Village, and the U.S Olympic team stayed in this residence while training on campus and participating in the 2004 Olympics.  No expense was spared as every apartment has marble floors and bathrooms constructed with marble from the famous quarries of Greece.

For more on housing, visit the following link: .

Students are enrolled in a 5 meal plan, with meals served at the on-campus dining hall. Should a student wish to upgrade to a 10 meal plan upon arrival, they may do so by speaking with someone on-site. An additional charge to a 10 meal plan will be added to the student's Endicott College tuition account. Hours of operation are from 12 pm to 6 pm, and excludes holidays & breaks when ACG is closed. Students can prepare breakfast, and weekend and break meals in their apartments, or venture into the city for gyros, kebabs, and more.

Rate information for housing and meals is provided on the Budget Sheets (see above). Students pay Endicott directly for EC Study Abroad room & board rates. 

Student Life

Greek Cultural Immersion: With a 90% Greek student body, you’ll enjoy a full cultural immersion experience with plenty of opportunities to make friends and learn about Greek culture, while still maintaining a closely-knit bond with DEREE's American study abroad students. 


Excursions Throughout Greece: You’ll visit a Greek island and other historical and adventurous sites as part of your study abroad experience at DEREE! You can experience three excursions during the fall and spring semesters. Swimming at Hydra, exploring Delphi, and wine tasting on the way to Nafplion are among some of the students' favorite destinations. 


Health and Safety
All students will travel abroad with GeoBlue international health insurance, which is purchased by the College. Students will receive an electronic and hard copy of their insurance card, and should a doctor's visit (commonly referred to as hospital visit abroad) be necessary, they should reach out to their on-site study abroad coordinator/resident director. Students will be required to contact GeoBlue prior to their appointment, unless of course in the case of an emergency, and should follow the procedures outlined here. 

Students are also encouraged to register themselves in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP), a free service provided by the U.S. government to U.S. citizens traveling abroad. STEP allows Americans abroad to receive updates from the nearest embassy or consulate and allows the Department of State to better assist you in an emergency. 

For additional health and safety tips, please visit our Health & Safety link on our main page. 

Student Visas

All students studying abroad in Greece must obtain a student visa prior to traveling. The National Schengen Visa application for Greece can be found here. Please scroll down to Lodging of Visa Application to see what you must bring with you to your appointment. Should you have questions, please contact the Consulate in Boston by phone.
Processing Times
Visa processing times vary by country. Though some consulates are able to provide student visas in as little as two days, others may take as long as two months. We advise all students to review the timelines of their host country, and plan accordingly. 

The current cost to obtain a Greek visa is approximately $80, however, this cost may change. Please refer to the visa fee listed on the Consulate page. The Greek Consulate only accepts cash or money order, so please bring cash with you. It is recommended that students bring extra cash with them in the event that the price has increased. 

FBI Background Check
All students seeking to obtain a Greek Student Visa must also obtain an FBI Background Check. Endicott students are encouraged to call Fingerprint Innovations in Salem, MA to make an appointment to have this done; this process may take up to 5 business days, however, results are typically received within 1-2 days. The Greek Consulate will accept the electronic version of the Background Check results, which is received via email, and all appointments should be made within 60 days of your visa appointment.

Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.

This program is currently not accepting applications.