Consumer Information


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CONSUMER INFORMATION DISCLOSURE

Hiram College’s consumer information is provided in compliance with the regulations outlined in the Higher Education Opportunity Act.

  • CAMPUS SAFETY
  • DRUG AND ALCOHOL POLICIES
  • Vaccination Policy
  • FACILITIES AND SERVICES AVAILABLE TO STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
  • STUDENT REPORTING PROCEDURE FOR HARASSMENT OR DISCRIMINATION
    • Students who feel they have been the victim of sexual harassment from another student should contact the Dean of Student’s Office, Residential Education, or Campus Safety and discuss the options of filing a report. Alleged violators of the sexual harassment policy will be sent through the judicial process and may face disciplinary action.
    • Students who feel they have been the victim of sexual harassment from a faculty or staff member should contact the Executive Director of Human Resources, who will investigate and adjudicate any harassment or sexual misconduct complaints involving faculty and staff behavior.
    • Download Student Handbook
  • EMPLOYEE REPORTING PROCEDURE FOR HARASSMENT OR DISCRIMINATION
    • When sexual misconduct occurs, the College sees the health and wellbeing of the victim(s) as the immediate and primary concern. Since time is crucially important in situations like this, the College educates and encourages any employee who finds themselves in this situation to report the incident as soon as possible to the Executive Director of Human Resources.
    • If the victim, witness, friend, or family member is reporting an incident after normal business hours, please notify any Campus Safety Officer (330-469-4119 or x6107 on campus). This staff member will put you in direct contact with the Executive Director of Human Resources as soon as possible.
    • Download Full Employee Handbook

UNDERGRADUATE

  • GRADUATION RATES
    • Graduation Rates
      • As reported to IPEDS, our six-year graduation rate for first-time, full-time degree-seeking students is 53% for the fall 2015 cohort. (6 year graduation rate)
  • RETENTION RATES
    • As reported on IPEDS, our retention rate for first-time, full-time degree-seeking students is 72% for the fall 2020 Cohort, returning for the fall 2020
    • The retention rate for full-time transfer students from 2020-2021 is 83%.
  • Employment and Graduate School Attendance of Recent Graduates

GRADUATE (MAIS PROGRAM)

  • GRADUATION RATES
    • 194 degree-seeking students since inception (2004)
    • 29% graduated within 150% of expected time

4, 5, and 6 Year Graduation Rates

Cohort4 Yr Rate5 Yr Rate6 Yr Rate
201150.255.055.7
201251.557.358.5
201344.953.754.0
201440.949.349.6
201550.653.153.1
201646.952.2
201749.6

 Six-Year Graduation Rate By Race/Ethnicity

 American Indian or Alaskan NativeAsian Black or African AmericanHispanicNative Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander Non-Resident Alien Two or More Races White Unknown
2011 0 60.0 43.1 50.0 0 66.7 20.0 59.4 66.7
2012 – 100.0 40.4 44.4 – 50.0 66.7 65.0 40.0
2013 – 80.0 34.7 40.0 50.0 50.0 40.0 62.2 47.1
2014 0 100.0 35.5 45.5 – 83.3 25.0 58.9 21.4
2015  – 66.7 42.9 33.3 – 100.0 16.7 59.0 46.7

Six-Year Graduation Rates By Financial Aid

CohortPellStaffordNeither
201055.1%50.7%73.8%
201152%45.5%69.3%
201255.6%50.5%68.1%
201344.7%50.7%67.2%
201442.4%43.9%66.7%
201548%56.6%53.1%

Six-Year Graduation Rates By Gender

CohortMenWomen
201143.7%68.5%
201246.6%69.7%
201349.4%59.5%
201437.9%64.5%
201542.2%67.1%

Questions regarding this information or requests for paper copies should be sent to Financial Aid at financialaid@hiram.edu or by calling 330.569.5107. Please allow 7-10 business days to process your request.