Students can eat on campus at the Union Café on the 2nd floor of the Massalias 22 building. Several budget main-meal menu choices are available for Hellenic American College students for lunch and dinner, Monday through Friday. The Café also serves snacks and sandwiches.
Given its downtown location Hellenic American College is also well served by a large number of cafés, bakeries, bistros, and take-away/fast-food establishments, as well as by restaurants in all price ranges.
There is a dining area on the 8th floor of the building (The Roof Garden) which is reserved for special College functions such as the President’s Breakfast Meetings Series, conference dinners, receptions and important student events.
Although Hellenic American College is not a residential college, the Office of Student Services can help students find reasonably priced accommodations in the city. For international students enrolled in a Hellenic American University degree program, this usually means a shared and furnished (and wifi-enabled) apartment for 2 or more students in or around the downtown area. For shorter stays, the College has arrangements with several budget hotels and small boutique hotels that offer discounted rooms for Hellenic American College students.