Tuition for the 2017-2018 academic year is $475 per credit hour.
This fee is less than many private schools and comparable to larger public universities. At Hiram, students with employer reimbursement programs may request tuition deferment for $50 per semester, and all students may enroll in an optional payment plan for $37.50 per semester.
Other colleges frequently add fees for orientation, adding or dropping courses, graduation, late registration, on-campus parking, placement exams or using the recreation and fitness center. The Weekend College at Hiram College does not charge for these services but rather charges a comprehensive fee of $125 per semester.
Weekend College students are eligible for federal and state financial aid programs. The Office of Student Financial Aid works individually with students who submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine their eligibility for financial aid.
Hiram offers its adult students the convenience of student services available during extended hours, as it has done for nearly 2,000 graduates for over 30 years. The Weekend College staff will work with you through your entire admission and registration process and will continue to be your one-stop-shop for student services while you attend Hiram.