Campus Visits and Special Visit Days
There are many ways to visit Hiram College, from personal, customized visits to group visits and overnight stays, there's something here to fit anybody's schedule and needs. Choose the option that's right for you and sign up today!
College Goal Sunday
Sunday, Feb. 14
Ohio College Goal Sunday is an opportunity for students and families to receive FREE assistance in completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Come to the Hiram campus and complete the FAFSA with experts and get answers to the financial aid questions you may have. It doesn’t matter what college you attend or are planning to attend – we're here to help!
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President's Day Visit Event - You don't have school this day!
Monday, Feb. 15
Celebrate President's Day by visiting Hiram and spending your morning with James. A Garfield. Join us for a screening of the documentary "Death of a President", a campus tour and a panel discussion including Dr. Douglas Brattebo, Hiram's Garfield Presidency Scholars and other Hiram faculty.
Check-in begins at 9 a.m. in the Kennedy Center Dix Dining Hall, and the event will wrap up at 12:15 p.m. with lunch at the Bistro.
March Experience Hiram Day
Wednesday, March 9
Explore Hiram Day is designed to give prospective students and their families a taste of life as a Hiram student. Meet current students and faculty, take a tour of campus, and find out all the different ways you can explore your interests and passions at Hiram!
Check-in begins at 1:15 p.m. in the Kennedy Center, and the event will wrap up around 5 p.m.
Admitted Student Overnight
Tuesday, March 15 - Wednesday, March 16
Experience our intimate learning community first hand while also having some Hiram College-style fun! Spend the night with a current student in one of our residence halls, play games, sit-in on a class, take a tour and much more. The event is open to all admitted students interested in any area of study, but there will be special programming for students considering a health profession.
This experience is only open to seniors who have submitted an application and supporting credentials to Hiram College.
Spring Open House (Overnight option)
April 2, 2016
Learn about Hiram College’s close-knit community and innovative, hands-on learning opportunities:
- Faculty from all disciplines will answer questions about our 32 majors, and explain how a liberal arts curriculum connects classroom learning to work, through internships, research opportunities and study abroad.
- Current students and coaches will explain how you can be a part of our engaged community through 70+ student organizations, leadership opportunities, intramurals and 14 varsity athletics teams.
- Admission and financial aid counselors will answer questions about the admission process and how a Hiram education can be an option for your family
Admitted juniors and seniors are invited to attend an overnight option on Friday, March 1. Students will spend the night on Hiram's campus, then participate in regular open house programming on Saturday.
Join us for a campus tour and chat with an Admission Counselor.
To personalize your visit you could:
- Meet with a professor and/or coach
- Meet with Financial Aid regarding the FAFSA process
- Have a private tour of our Field Station/Wild Life-Rehab Center on 550 acres.
- Join us for a meal - our treat!
Your college adventure starts here!
If you can't visit us during the week, a Saturday Small Group visit is a great introduction to the Hiram College campus.
Students and families will listen to an admission presentation, take part in a campus tour and enjoy a Hiram College snack bag.
Ask about our Northwood's Experience for incoming freshmen!
Grab your hiking boots - let's go! Located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan's Hiawatha National Forest, we have six log cabins and a main lodge overlooking our very own Cherry Lake, the perfect place for hiking, canoeing and stargazing!