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Total Students


Student Ratio
Female 55%
Male 45%


Total Faculty


Student/Faculty Ratio
12 : 1


Estimated Cost



Total Applicants






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About Hiram College

The mission of Hiram College is to foster intellectual excellence and social responsibility enabling our students to thrive in their chosen careers flourish in life and face the urgent challenges of the times.

Hiram is a coeducational liberal arts college of about 1,300 men and women located in the historic Western Reserve region of Ohio.Students come from 35 states and 30 countries and represent more than 25 different religions. Hiram is a nationally respected institution that offers students a distinct learning environment with an emphasis on close student-faculty interactions, international study experiences, and experiential learning environments.

What makes Hiram distinctive?

There are many things, but the following six features are standouts:

Faculty: Hiram faculty members are more than just master educators. They care about you. They'll know your name. And they'll work with you individually to ensure you achieve the best education.

Academic Calendar: Our semesters are divided into two sections: a long (12-week) session during which you take a few classes, followed by a short (3-week) session, during which you take just one intensive class.

Writing Across the Curriculum: It doesn't matter what career you choose, you need to know how to write. So Hiram ensures that its entire curriculum – every major and career track – develops and hones your writing ability. If your writing isn't the best, we'll help you improve. If your writing is already good, it will get even better.

Education that Works: Hiram's education works, because you learn by doing. You won't just read textbooks in the classroom. You'll do real research. You'll "intern" in various careers. You'll connect with alumni and CEOs in the business world. You'll have first-hand experience and connections before you even graduate.

International Experiences: Even though your home is overseas, you will want to participate in our study abroad program. Hiram's faculty lead study trips to six continents. The curriculum is directed north, south, east, and west, providing a diverse array of courses to give you some new experiences in other countries and cultures.

Tuition Guarantee: Your family can plan its finances because Hiram's guarantee ensures that your annual cost for tuition will not increase from the first through fourth year of your enrollment at Hiram.

Hiram College Global Scholarships

International applicants are eligible to compete for merit-based Global Scholarships. In the current year, Global Scholarship awards average $18,000 per year for on-campus residents. For students 23 years of age or older who elect to live off-campus and commute to Hiram, the maximum Global Scholarship is $16,000 per year. Scholarships are renewable annually for up to four years of study.

To insure full consideration, a completed application for admission should be received no later than February 15 for the fall intake and no later than October 1 for the spring intake.

There is no separate scholarship application. The application for admission and its supporting documents serve both for the admission and scholarship process.

Students & Faculty

  • 1,311Total Students
  • 590Male Students
  • 721Female Students
  • 81Total Intl Students
  • 30Intl Male Students
  • 51Intl Female Students
  • 140Total Faculty
  • 59Male Faculty
  • 81Female Faculty
  • 12:1Student/Fac Ratio


total applicants

admitted (1549)

enrolled (344)

SAT Scores:
25th-75th percentile
ACT Scores:
25th-75th percentile

Note: 25th-75th percentile ranges show the range of scores achieved by the middle 50% of students who were admitted to the school.

Other Requirements:
Admissions Test Scores?
Other Test?
College Prep?
*All data is provided by the school or compiled from IPEDS as of May 2013

Degrees & Programs

Accounting and Finance
Art History, Criticism and Conservation
Art/Art Studies, General
Asian Studies/Civilization
Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Other
Biology/Biological Sciences, General
Biomedical Sciences, General
Business Administration and Management, General
Chemistry, General
Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, General
Communication, General
Computer Science
Creative Writing
Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General
Economics, General
Education, General
Elementary Education and Teaching
Engineering, General
English Language and Literature, General
English/Language Arts Teacher Education
Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneurial Studies
Environmental Studies
Fine/Studio Arts, General
French Language and Literature
Health Services/Allied Health/Health Sciences, General
Health/Medical Preparatory Programs, Other
History, General
Humanities/Humanistic Studies
Information Science/Studies
International Economics
International Relations and Affairs
International/Global Studies
Junior High/Intermediate/Middle School Education and Teaching
Mathematics, General
Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other
Music, General
Natural Sciences
Nursing Practice
Physics, General
Physiological Psychology/Psychobiology
Political Science and Government, General
Pre-Dentistry Studies
Pre-Law Studies
Pre-Medicine/Pre-Medical Studies
Pre-Veterinary Studies
Psychology, General
Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse
Religion/Religious Studies
Social Sciences, General
Social Studies Teacher Education
Spanish Language and Literature
Speech Communication and Rhetoric
Sport and Fitness Administration/Management
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Subject Areas, Other
Theatre Literature, History and Criticism
Theatre/Theatre Arts Management
Women's Studies

Statement of Core Values

Core values are the essential enduring tenets which guide the Hiram College community. They set forth what we believe and define how we should conduct our affairs. At the heart of these values is the student.


  • We are a community that fosters mentoring relationships and shared responsibility for learning.
  • We are committed to the well-being of each member of the community.
  • We value the distinctive contributions of every person in the learning environment.


  • We believe in the interrelationship of knowledge exemplified in the liberal arts.
  • We demonstrate unwavering commitment to the pursuit of learning and quality scholarship.
  • We value superior teaching and comprehensive mentoring.
  • We are committed to supporting the continuous personal and professional growth of community members.
  • We foster an environment that encourages open inquiry.


  • We recognize that the well-being and governance of the community are a shared responsibility among community members.
  • We believe that community members are accountable for their actions and should be held to high standards.
  • We embrace our responsibility to the larger community beyond the boundaries of Hiram College and encourage learning through service.


  • We respect the dignity of each individual.
  • We are an inclusive community that welcomes people of diverse backgrounds, beliefs, and points of view.
  • We recognize the value of diversity in our educational program.
  • We seek to foster a supportive environment in which community members will be challenged to explore knowledge, values, and ethics from varied perspectives.
  • We celebrate freedom of thought and freedom of choice.


  • We honor our tradition in the liberal arts and its profound relevance to society.
  • We are eager to explore new issues and practices and integrate them into our academic vision.
  • We encourage individual initiative, creativity and talent.

Goals in Sustainability

Hiram College has identified several near-term targets for carbon emissions reduction and campus sustainability. Over the next five years, Hiram College will:

  • Reduce campus-wide water use by a minimum of 20-30% through increased efficiency, water-recycling, education campaigns, and other means to encourage behavioral change
  • Reduce campus-wide electricity use by a minimum of 10-15% through increased efficiency, education campaigns, and other means to encourage behavioral change
  • Replace at least 50% of fossil-fuel based electricity with renewable power through a combination of on-campus solar and/or wind power generation and purchase of renewable energy
  • Reduce natural gas use by a minimum of 10-15% through increased efficiency, education campaigns, and other means to encourage behavioral change
  • Secure funding for and introduce a Sustainability-Across-the-Curriculum Program
  • Establish an e-cycling program for institutional, student, and local community electronic waste
  • Increase carbon offsets by 10-25% of current levels through acquisition of forested lands and/or partnerships for grassland, wetland, and forest protection and restoration
  • Build new construction to at least the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED Silver standard or equivalent
  • Purchase ENERGY STAR certified products in all areas for which such ratings exist

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