Following the mission of the American College of Greece to add distinctive value to the lives of its students “through transformative teaching, scholarship and service” and to establish itself as “the premier, private, comprehensive, educational institution in southeastern Europe”, the ACG Archives has, also, a dual mission as an Institutional Archives and as a Collecting repository.
As an Institutional Archives, ACG Archives collects, preserves, describes, exhibits and makes available material related to the history and activities of the American College of Greece. The main collections are: ACG Administrative Records, ACG Photographic Archive, ACG Publications and Printed material.
As a Collecting repository, ACG Archives preserves and provides access to the papers and personal collections of selected individuals, who have been affiliated with the Institution throughout its operation and through their intellectual activity have had an impact on Greek culture.
ACG Archives also maintains a collection of Rare Books related to Greek and American culture and history.
The scope of the ACG Archives is:
Courtesy of the ACG Archives, Aghia Paraskevi, Athens
Revised: January 2018