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Hiram offers many opportunities to excel in education. Whether you are seeking an undergraduate or graduate degree, or are a teacher wanting to become certified to teach at the baccalaureate level for Ohio's College Credit Plus programs, give us a call.
If you’re like most adults, you have an extremely busy life. You may have a full-time job, a house to maintain, and are taking care of children (or looking after your own parents). All of that can make the thought of starting or finishing a bachelor’s degree seem out of reach. Hiram realizes that life comes first. That’s why we created the Weekend College program more than 40 years ago. The Weekend College allows you to take classes in a blended format which require that you only come to campus every other week or online.
Want to earn a bachelor’s degree but need some flexibility in your college studies? Hiram College offers you the perfect opportunity to complete your bachelor’s degree through our community college partnership program. By splitting your coursework between Hiram and one of our partner schools, you’ll earn your degree in a way that is both affordable and convenient for your busy life.
Advancing your future doesn’t mean missing out on the now! With the ability to connect and contribute anytime, anywhere, Online@Hiram allows you to work toward your degree without putting your entire life on hold. Our programs reflect industry demands, helping you get ahead of the competition and take your career to the next level.
Imagine earning credits from Hiram College before you even graduate from high school! Through the State of Ohio’s College Credit Plus Program, you may have the opportunity to take Hiram classes at your own high school, or you can come to our campus and completely immerse yourself in the Hiram experience before high school graduation.
High school educators can become certified to teach at the baccalaureate level for Ohio's College Credit Plus programs through Hiram College’s content area programs.