Hiram College

School of Arts, Humanities, and Culture

Our Mission and Purpose

The School of Arts, Humanities, and Culture promotes the exploration and expression of culture and the arts, preparing students to grasp the history of human endeavors and tackle the creative and intellectual challenges of a global community.

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  • Lindsay-Crane Center for Writing & Literature

    The Lindsay-Crane Center for Writing and Literature views reading and writing as foundations of the liberal arts tradition, of lifelong learning, and of culture in all its forms. They host events and competitions to foster student engagement with the written arts.

  • Performance, Tech, and Design Opportunities

    From the technical shop to the practice room to the stage, our students learn the workings of technical design as well as performance craft.

  • Garfield Institute

    In the spirit of James A. Garfield, the Garfield Institute helps both the political and apolitical explore public service in a process replete with opportunities on and off campus.

  • Community Service Opportunities

    Community Service supports Hiram College's commitment of developing socially responsible and ethical citizens through integrating meaningful community service with coursework and reflection to enrich learning, teach civic responsibility, and support communities.

Student Art Videos

Tech & Trek is inspiring students to embrace both their skills in technology and their understanding of the natural world. Select the titles below to see the world through some of our art students' eyes. Each video was created using Apple technology.


The academic program at Hiram College is organized into five schools. While each school has its own focus, the overall mission of the schools is to foster integrated and experiential learning for all students, through an interdisciplinary and collaborative framework that operates both within each school and among schools. Select a circle below to learn more about the School.

School of Arts, Humanities, and Culture Scarborough School of Business and Communication School of Education, Civic Leaderships, and Social Change School of Health and Medical Humanities School of Science and Technology

Janet Pope Headshot

Janet Pope, Ph.D.

Director, School of Arts, Humanities & Culture
Professor of History