Hellenic American University
Massalias St. Athens, 10680
Hellenic American University was established as a
United States institution of higher education on May 11, 2004
through an Act of the General Court of the State of New Hampshire.
This legislation created a fully American university chartered in
the Granite State.
Hellenic American University’s degree programs are regulated, approved, and regularly monitored by the New Hampshire’s Department of Education, Division of Higher Education -- Higher Education Commission. Hellenic American University is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE).
Hellenic American University offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in Athens, Greece through an Agreement of Cooperation with Hellenic American College. Participants in these programs are granted their degree directly from Hellenic American University, Nashua upon the successful completion of their studies and fulfillment of all degree requirements, as specified in the University Catalog and Student Handbook.
Hellenic American University operates two instructional locations: one in Nashua, New Hampshire and the other in Athens, Greece (http://www.haec.gr).
Maps and Directions: http://www.haec.gr/en/aboutus/maps-directions
How to Get Here
Note that during most of the year access by car to the city center
is restricted (only even-numbered license plates on one day,
odd-numbered on the next).
There several parking garages close to the Hellenic American College (check here for a list and map of garages in Greek).
By Public Transit
Hellenic American College is near several major bus, metro and
trolley lines. The closest metro stop is Panepistimio. The College
is also conveniently accessible via any of the bus and trolley lines
that make stops on Panepistimiou, Akadimias or Stadiou Streets.
For more details on mass transit lines that stop near the Hellenic American College, consult the Google Map Transit.