The registrar’s office pledges to maintain the highest level of academic integrity and ethical behavior, striving to the develop and implement effective policies and management systems.
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Please remember to bring your Hiram College or photo I.D. with you when visiting the registrar’s office. Our office is open Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. On Fridays, the office is open at 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Questions about courses? Please contact your advisor. As always, please consult your Web4Student account to check your schedule and other student record information.
Many of our most frequently used forms can now be found on this website!
Priority Registration Dates
|Seniors||8 a.m.||Mon., March 27|
|Juniors||8 a.m.||Tues., March 28|
|Sophomores||8 a.m.||Wed., March 29|
|First-Years||8 a.m.||Thurs., March 30|
|Special Populations (Includes CCP)||8 a.m.||Fri., March 31|
*Remember you’ll need your ALT PIN from your advisor to register.
To Register for courses:
- Log into Web4Student
- Click on “Student Services”
- Click on “Registration”
- Click on “Add/Drop Classes”
From there you will be instructed to enter the Alternate Pin you received from your advisor.
The class schedule can be found at my.hiram.edu. Click on “Class Schedule” and select the registration you need from the first drop-down menu.
Make sure you have the course CRN numbers (found on the class schedule) ready to enter into the system to add the courses. If you are adding a course with a lab, make sure you add them both together or you will receive an error message.
If needed, Add/Drop/Swap Slips can be printed from here or you can complete the form in notability. Please obtain all needed signatures.
After registration, review your schedule and double-check for errors.
Please be aware that at 8:00 a.m. the network server will get hit pretty hard with everyone logging, so please be patient with the site.
All Traditional Students must register for the entire 15-week semester (12-week + 3-week) by the end of the second week of the semester. Prior to the start of traditional classes, students may register online for both 12- and 3-week classes. Once the semester begins, however, students can only add courses via instructor and/or Associate Dean signed add slips. There is no administrative fee to add a course (12-week or 3-week) during the first two weeks of the semester. Click here for full add/drop policy
Questions about courses? Please contact your advisor. As always, please consult your Web4Student account to check your schedule and other student record information. Feel free to contact our office at 330.569.5210 or firstname.lastname@example.org