The Hiram College Bookstore is the go-to place for students who need to purchase Hiram clothing, snacks or supplies, or pick up books for classes. Located on the first floor of the Kennedy Center, students, faculty and staff enjoy the variety of items for sale by the friendly Bookstore staff.
The Les & Kathy Coleman Sports Recreation, & Fitness Center is named for the late Les Coleman, and his wife, Kathy ’87, a longtime member of the Hiram College Board of Trustees. Designed by Hastings & Chivetta, an architectural first that is nationally recognized for its distinctive athletic facilities, the facility consists of 82,000 square feet of new construction and renovated space which wraps around the Charles A. Henry Football Field.
Described by one visitor as "a cultural jewel set in a beautiful rural landscape," the Gelbke Art Gallery offers opportunities for students and faculty to exhibit their artwork and to host a regular schedule of exhibitions by visiting artists.
Hiram College's Library is a beautiful, modern building that is condusive to study and research. Opened in 1995, the Library provides a link between the old and the new with group study rooms, a variety of individual study spaces, growing collections in both print and digital, a number of computers and wireless access. Features of the building also include space for a video studio, a media suite, a redesigned Archives and Special Collections, and a Library Instruction Room.
The Theatre Arts Department at Hiram College has recently moved into its new home in the center of campus, the renovated Paul R. and Maxing Frohring Performing Arts Hall.
Hiram College's Political Science Department is housed in historic Koritansky Hall, a classic church that was moved from Mecca, Ohio. The church was at one time home to a parish under the guidance of former President James A. Garfield. The building was painstakingly dismantled and restored at its current home in Hiram, Ohio.
The Teaching, Research, and Environmental Engagement House is the home of Hiram’s Environmental Studies program.
Located next door to Bonney Castle, the Stephen and Jacquelyn Love Writing House is home to Hiram College writers. It includes the Writing Center, two classrooms, kitchenette, space for readings and receptions, and faculty offices.