Hiram offers numerous academic support services to ensure student success. The First Year Program immerses you in your college experience through small classes. Evaluation and discussion of the course material enhances your communication skills and adds your passion and experience to our learning community.
At any time, you can take advantage of the Library and the Writing Center, where you can meet with a peer writing assistants, and receive feedback on papers – before handing them in. Student Academic Services provides peer-tutoring, study groups, mentoring, study skills workshops.
Through the Registrar you can access information on enrollment, registration, grades, transcript requests, transfer credits and policies and past, present and future class schedules. Career Services provides information about internships, summer jobs and planning for your future, including graduate school preparation, resume workshops, interview practice and career events.
The James H. Barrow Field Station is a treasure for all students, regardless of major. An active research and educational facility that enhances the College’s science and environmental studies programs, the field station occupies over 500 acres with more than 200 acres of beech-maple forest and miles of nature trails.