Traditional Undergraduate Enrollment
- Traditional student enrollment is 849 (55 percent women, 45 percent men).
- 3.43 was the average high school grade point average.
- Students come from 35 states (including Puerto Rico and DC) and 5 foreign countries.
- 98 percent of students receive some form of financial aid.
- 93 percent acceptance rate.
Adult Undergraduate Programs
- Established in 1977, the Weekend College program extended Hiram’s traditional undergraduate curriculum to adult learners. Since the program’s inception, nearly 2,000 students have earned a Bachelor of Arts degree.
- 77 Center for Adult Studies undergraduate students are presently enrolled in five majors: Accounting and Financial Management, Management, Marketing, Integrative Exercise Science, and Social Sciences.
- Regional undergraduate courses are also offered at Lorain Community College, Lakeland Community College and Cuyahoga Community College.
- Online programs are also offered in Management and Accounting.
- Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies, a flexible interdisciplinary graduate program that enables students to examine issues from multiple perspectives and equips individuals with the knowledge, critical thinking abilities, analytical tools, communication skills, and aesthetic sensibilities to address complex, multi-faceted questions that do not lend themselves to straightforward solutions.
- Currently 20 students (limited to 20 students per entering class).
|Fall Semester Full-time Enrollment Breakdown: Percentage of Full-time Undergraduates|
|Fall Semester Full-time Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity (Percentages)|
|American Indian or Alaskan Native||Asian||Black or African American||Hispanic||Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander||Non-Resident Alien||Two or More Races||White||Race/Ethnicity unknown|