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We’ve built a unique set of accelerated degree programs geared specifically for adult students who want to earn their degrees.

The relationships that you build are second to none. And the ability to attend the courses every other weekend really fits into your everyday lifestyle."

- Mike Soller '10, Weekend College business management major

Weekend college degree programs Graduate Degree Program Northeast Ohio
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Hiram College was the first institution in Ohio to offer adult and nontraditional students a meaningful educational experience in a true college campus setting – without requiring them to sacrifice their family time and careers. 

We understand that working adults need schedules tailored to their lives. In our undergraduate and graduate degree programs, you can attend our on-campus adult education courses every other weekend as you learn in both workshops and labs. You can also study online in our group-paced courses that include scheduled readings, discussion forums, learning activities and assessments. We also offer blended courses that mix on-campus and online courses. 

If you’re considering graduate degree and bachelor’s degree programs in Northeast Ohio, find your place at Hiram College. Click the links above to learn more about our graduate and bachelor’s degree programs, and how our adult education courses are designed just for you.

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For advising and more information, please contact:

  • Jeff Swenson,
    Department Chair and Associate Professor
  • 330.569.5328
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