How to Apply for Scholarships and Financial Aid
Step 1: Fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at https://studentaid.gov/ as soon as possible after October 1st. Include Hiram’s FAFSA code, 003049, on your FAFSA to ensure Hiram receives your information.
Step 2: Apply for admission. A separate scholarship application is not required.
Step 3: Wait for the results. We mail an all-inclusive financial aid packet that will include your award notification on an ongoing basis.
Tuition, Finances and Planning Information
Take a look at the direct cost of attendance below to help with your financial planning.
2022-2023 ESTIMATED DIRECT COST OF ATTENDANCE FOR FRESHMAN/NEW TRANSFER STUDENTS IS:
Fall 2022 Scholarships
|2022-2023 SCHOLARSHIPS||UP TO||TYPICAL RECIPIENT CREDENTIALS|
|FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS||Academic Merit Scholarships||$2,000 to $10,000||Award is based on a holistic review of academic record|
|AFFILIATION GRANT||Alumni Grant||$1,000||Child or grandchild of Hiram graduate|
|AFFILIATION GRANT||Legacy Grant||$1,000||Niece, nephew or cousin of Hiram graduate|
|AFFILIATION GRANT||Sibling Grant||$1,000||Brother or sister of Hiram student or graduate|
|AFFILIATION GRANT||Disciples of Christ Grant||$1,000||Member of Disciples of Christ Church|
|AFFILIATION SCHOLARSHIP||Arts Scholarship||$1,000||Major in Art & Design or Performing Arts|
|AFFILIATION SCHOLARSHIP||Honors Scholarship||$1,000||Admission into Honors Program|
|TRANSFER STUDENTS||Platinum Transfer Scholarship||$10,000||3.75 or higher cumulative GPA|
|TRANSFER STUDENTS||Gold Transfer Scholarship||$8,000||3.5-3.74 cumulative GPA|
|TRANSFER STUDENTS||Silver Transfer Scholarship||$6,000||3.0-3.49 cumulative GPA|
|TRANSFER STUDENTS||Bronze Transfer Scholarship||$4,000||Under 3.0 cumulative GPA|
|TRANSFER STUDENTS||Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship||$1,000||Member of Phi Theta Kappa|
|INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS||Global Scholarship||Varies||Holistic application review. Awards range from $2,000 to $10,000. May not be combined with other merit scholarships|
A student’s state and federal aid and loan package may vary depending on family circumstances.