Hiram College is a busy place during the summer. On any given day, people come to Hiram’s campus to…
…take a class.
For over thirty years, adult students have returned to Hiram’s campus for summer courses, and this year is no exception. Hiram’s undergraduate summer courses in the Weekend College are open to all Hiram students as well as transient students from other institutions who are looking to pick up course credits. Courses are offered during convenient evening and weekend hours – perfect for working adults or full-time students in the area for summer jobs or internships.
Hiram offers courses in its Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies program and there’s still time to apply for summer admission.
Back for their fourth year are Hiram’s summer courses for professional educators. Register now before classes fill!
Nature camps suitable for children ages 3-13 are offered throughout July. These camps stimulate curiosity and teach the wonders of the natural world.
Athletics camps for junior high and high school students in basketball, football, soccer, and volleyball are offered throughout the summer, perfect for the active athlete honing their skills.
…expand their knowledge.
Residential camps in writing, genomics, theatre, and leadership are offered for high school students who are nominated by a school teacher or counselor.
…hold an event.
Groups large and small use Hiram’s campus year-round as the location for their special events and conferences. From business seminars to weddings, Hiram is an ideal rural getaway centrally located near Cleveland, Akron, and Youngstown.