Work, Family, School – Balance Them All at Hiram

Undergraduate studies for adult learners

You need a flexible approach to education – an approach that blends convenience with personal attention and support. Whether you want to study for a new career or advance in your current one, we can help.

Get the support you need

It takes a committed group of faculty and staff to help you and our other adult students succeed.

We can help you with:

  • Continual coaching and academic advising
  • Finding and applying for financial aid
  • Building your class schedule
  • Career development services, such as resume writing, interviewing skills and job search techniques
  • Balancing your schedule so you have time for school

Life comes first – study when you can

We understand that your family and career come before everything else – and they should. It's why we created our Weekend College over 35 years ago, which allows you to take classes every other weekend and choose from blended and online course options.

We even offer affordable housing on weekends if you need a few extra hours to study or prepare for class.

Start today

Contact us to learn more about Hiram College, and see how we can help you find a balance between school and the rest of your life.

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At the Weekend College:

  • Complete your bachelor's degree by taking classes every other weekend.
  • Earn your bachelor's degree in four years or less
  • If you have transfer credits, you may be able to complete your degree in as little as 18 months
  • Improve your standing in the marketplace.

 

Hiram Snapshot

  • Less than an hour's drive from Cleveland, Akron and Youngstown
  • Average adult student age: 38
  • 88 percent of adult students employed outside the home
  • 11:1 student to faculty ratio

 

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