The American College of the Mediterranean's campus is located in Aix-en-Provence, France. The campus is made up of four buildings. Three of these buildings are situated in the 17th and 18th century historical center of Aix, while l’Atelier Marchutz (the Marchutz studio), where the studio-art classes take place, is located on the historic Route de Cézanne, just outside of Aix.

Manning Hall - The School of Humanities & Social Sciences

Located in the beautiful old section of Aix-en-Provence, ACM's Manning Hall is has been completely renovated with modern furnishings and technology, while still holding all the old charms of southern France. Manning Hall is twelve thousand square feet of state-of-the-art offices, libraries and classrooms equipped with Wi-Fi, smart boards, and twenty-first century media technology to enhance the student learning experience.  Once a 17th Century Hôtel Particulier, the School of Humanities was completely renovated and dedicated under its new name in honor of Donna Dillon Manning, whose exemplary philanthropic generosity led to a capital campaign to fully fund the renovation project of the new school.

Manning Hall is also home to ACM’s Pearson Library, housing hundreds of volumes dedicated to the study of art and art history.  In addition, the building houses the senior Academic and Student Affairs staff and the Counseling and Wellness Center to better serve the needs of our students.

Students have access to the building with a code for the front door. A receptionist sits at the front welcome desk to help answer questions and direct students and visitors. Manning Hall is also home to the Housing Coordinator, Student Life Coordinator, Academic Deans for the School of Social Sciences & Humanities and other ACM staff members.

Centre d’Etudes Françaises

The Centre d’Etudes Françaises is the home to all French language courses taught at ACM. The courses and classes instructed here are dedicated to the study of French language, literature, history, theatre, film, and culture. On the bottom floor students can relax in the cave and grab a snack in the Denise Malrieu Student Lounge. Student lockers are also located in the building, allowing students to store their books and other personal items. The ACM library is located on the second floor and is open to students and Resident Fellows for studying and research. The top floor houses several offices for ACM faculty, staff, and administrators.

The School of Business & International Relations

This building is home to ACM's business courses in marketing, management, finance, economics and international business. Wi-Fi is available throughout all classrooms, and it is adjacent to several local cafés. ACM also offers many internship opportunities that are facilitated by the Internship Coordinator through the the school of Business and International Relations.

The School of Art and L’Atelier Marchutz (the Marchutz Studio)

Most of the art classes—art history, museum studies and photography—take place at the ACM’s Manning Hall and CEF, and the drawing and painting classes take place at l’Atelier Marchutz.  Situated on the renowned 'Route de Cézanne,' l’Atelier Marchutz’s location in Aix-en-Provence has many advantages, among them its light-filled space, its proximity to the famed Chateaunoir and Sainte Victoire, and, most importantly, its calm and contemplative atmosphere conducive to sustained, artistic concentration.

L’Atelier Marchutz is located at 5 Avenue du Général Préaud, Route du Tholonet, 13100 Aix-en-Provence, about a 25-minute walk from the center of Aix-en-Provence and ACM's Manning Hall, CEF, and School of Business. It was designed by the architect Fernand Pouillon and was formerly Leo Marchutz's studio.