International Student Global Scholarships
For more than 165 years, Hiram College, in partnership with families committed to high quality private education, has been helping students pay for college. Proof of our commitment is evident through the Tuition Guarantee and Hiram College Global Scholarship Program.
Hiram College offers a unique way to help make college more affordable. While tuition at many other colleges and universities usually rises between five and 10 percent every year, the Hiram College Tuition Guarantee locks in tuition for each student at his or her first-year rate. The annual cost for tuition will not increase for a student from the first year through the student's fourth year at Hiram. As result, Hiram families can plan ahead for expenses and achieve significant savings during the four years of education.
2016-17 Hiram College Global Scholarships
To ensure full consideration, a completed application for admission should be received no later than February 15 for the fall intake and no later than October 1 for the spring intake. There is no separate scholarship application. Scholarships are based on on-campus residence and will change if living off-campus.
International Global Scholarship: Amount varies
International students are not required to submit an SAT report to qualify for this scholarship. A Skype or phone interview will be required to be considered for our highest awards.
International Transfer Scholarship: Amount varies
Students with more than 12 transfer credits and an equivalent to a minimum grade point average (GPA) of a 2.5 on a 4.0 grading scale will be considered for a transfer scholarship.
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship: $1,000 per year
(in addition to the transfer global scholarship)
International students who are members of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society will be awarded an additional $1,000 scholarship per year, in addition to any other transfer scholarship for a maximum award of $16,000 per year.
International Alumni/Sibling Grant: $2,000
Awarded to any international student who has a family member currently studying or a recent alumni of Hiram College; including parents, grandparents and siblings.