Transfer Credit Equivalency Guides and Awarding of Transfer Credit Policy
The following is a current sample listing of available Transfer Credit Equivalency Guides. If an institution is not listed and is fully accredited, then those credits are also eligible for review. If you need further guidance, please contact the Registrar's Office, 330.569.5210.
Select Credit to be Transferred From:
- The University of Akron
- Bowling Green State University
- Cleveland State University
- Cuyahoga Community College
- Eastern Gateway Community College
- Kent State University
- Lakeland Community College
- Lorain County Community College
- University of Toledo
- Ursuline College
- Youngstown State University
Awarding of Transfer Credit
Hiram College follows an established policy in the awarding of transfer credit to ensure degree integrity. For details, please see the Hiram College Awarding of Transfer Credit Policy.
Transferring to Hiram College
Each year Hiram College welcomes transfer students from accredited two- and four-year institutions for the fall and the spring semesters. Hiram's small academic village environment, emphasis on hands-on learning, range of off-campus study opportunities, and The Hiram Plan—Hiram's distinct academic calendar—combine to offer the best possible transition, education, and college experience for students coming from other institutions.
Please contact Dan Safko, Admission Counselor, at or 800.362.5280 if you have specific questions about the Transfer Student Admission process.