Our culturally rich campus is welcoming to every individual. Minority and international students comprise 26 percent of the student body, and domestically, our students come from 34 different states.
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion provides peer mentoring, support for cultural clubs and organizations and more services, to enhance the success and personal development of historically underrepresented minority students. Select this box to learn more.
Hiram College students of all faith backgrounds and religions have the opportunity to celebrate and practice their faith. We have two religious-oriented campus clubs, and the Fisher All Faith Chapel and Meeting House serves students and community members of all backgrounds. Select this box to learn more.
When you're an international student studying in the U.S., applying is only the first step. For this reason, our International Student Services staff is committed to helping you maintain your status as a student by offering support with your passport, VISA, other government documents, and other needs you may have. Select this box to learn more.
Hiram College makes every effort to provide reasonable assistance to students with permanent or temporary disabling conditions. Our goal is to not only provide the support that is needed for academic success, but to also help our students develop both the functional and self-advocacy skills that they will need in their lives after Hiram. Select this box to learn more.