Transfer Credit Guide and Policy
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TRANSFERRING TO HIRAM COLLEGE
Each year Hiram College welcomes transfer students from accredited two- and four-year institutions for the fall and the spring semesters. Hiram’s small academic village environment, emphasizes on hands-on learning, range of off-campus study opportunities, and The Hiram Plan—the College’s distinct academic calendar—combine to offer the best possible transition, education, and college experience for students coming from other institutions.
Students transferring to Hiram College with an earned associate’s degree or students who have earned 64 or more credits may transfer those credits as a block and will meet the requirements of the Core/Urgent Challenges Curriculum.
SIMPLIFYING THE PROCESS
Hiram College works closely with each student to review their transcripts from previous institutions to determine which credits are transferrable. If you want to get ahead of the game before admission to see what equivalencies are already in place, please visit Transferology!
You can view equivalencies already in place through the Transfer Evaluation System, or you can visit Transferology which contains information about how courses will transfer to Hiram College. Hiram College will also evaluate transcripts from any institution(s) where CCP credit (College Credit Plus) is earned. You will be notified how your previous courses apply to your Hiram College degree. If you need guidance or have questions regarding the transfer evaluation process please contact Jennifer Pappa, Student Records and Transfer Credit Specialist at email@example.com or 330.569.5214 if you have specific questions about the transfer student admission process or visit the Hiram College Catalog.
Hiram College has everything you need to help you easily transfer!