Hiram College

It’s time to apply!

So you’ve decided to apply – and we couldn’t be more excited! Just follow the steps below to submit your application and materials. Applying is easy no matter what kind of student you are.

Online Degree Admission Process

Step 1: Complete your application online. If you have any questions along the way, feel free to contact us.

Step 2: Submit your official high school, college or university transcripts. If additional materials are required, one of our admission representatives will contact you shortly after submission. If you submitted college or university transcripts, we will conduct an unofficial review to determine how much of your past credits transfer. The official evaluation will be completed by our Registrar’s office.

Step 3: Submit your FAFSA. Hiram’s code is 003049.

Step 4: If you submitted college or university transcripts, we will conduct an unofficial review to determine how much of your past credits transfer. The official evaluation will be completed by our Registrar’s office.

Check your email for an admission decision notification and make your $100 deposit to reserve your spot!

For Transfer Students:

Did you previously enroll at another college to find it just wasn’t the right fit for you? At Hiram, you can spend less on tuition and graduate faster with your eligible transfer credits in recognition of your prior learning. Transfer students are welcome from accredited two- and four-year institutions for fall and spring semesters or to enroll in summer courses.

Hiram works closely with each student to review their transcripts from previous institutions to determine which credits are transferrable. You can check out our Hiram College Awarding of Transfer Credit Policy to learn more. Or, If you want to get ahead of the game before admission to see what equivalencies are already in place, visit the Transfer Evaluation System, or Transferology, to see which courses might easily transfer to Hiram.

Hiram College is also proud to offer a test-optional admission policy. What does that mean?

The College recognizes that standardized testing isn’t always an accurate measurement of a student’s academic abilities. To allow every applicant to be reviewed holistically, test score requirements for admission purposes have been waived.

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