Hiram’s 3-year programs are completed in nine semesters– three fall semesters, three spring semesters and three summer semesters. Students can earn an undergraduate degree in three years and with our reduced summer tuition, save more than $25,000 off a 4-year degree.
Graduating early means starting your career faster. According to CollegeScorecard, Hiram grads who enter the workforce earn an average income of $37,000 – so, after saving a year of tuition and entering the workforce a year earlier, your total financial advantage may be $63,000 or more.
Although challenging, the Hiram 3-year program won’t be all work and no play. Hiram students can find time to play a sport, join a club, and engage fully in campus life. Additionally, all Hiram students complete an internship, undertake a guided research project, or participate in a study abroad trip.