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Hellenic American University is an American university that is chartered in the state of New Hampshire. It was established as a United States institution of higher education on May 11, 2004 through passage of an Act of the General Court of the State of New Hampshire.
The CDO supports students throughout the career development life cycle, from discovering one’s talents and strengths and developing essential professional competencies to shaping their unique identity point and presenting themselves professionally to prospective employers.
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.
Located on the 4th floor of the Massalias 22 building, the Library houses over 35,000 titles in English and Greek, an online collection of over 250,000 digital books, subscriptions to major academic periodicals databases numbering 10,000,000 articles and a Rare Books collection.
The Center's services are based upon a holistic health philosophy which addresses psychological difficulty through the right balance of mind, body and spirit. The design of the Center’s services have been designed in the context of the cross-cultural identity of the institution and the recognition that its students represent a variety of ethnic, religious, cultural and sexual identities.
Student clubs have a special place in our institution. They offer students opportunities to develop their leadership skills, contribute to the community, be active citizens and support sports and cultural diversity on campus.