Hiram College

On Thursday, September 19, students will take part in Campus Day, a Hiram College tradition that stretches back to 1921.

Each year, students are given the day off to engage in community service projects. The first year students participate in projects that are led by their First Year Colloquium and Writing Seminar professors. Upperclassmen take the day to give back to their communities by getting involved with projects set up by student organizations.

“In collaboration with this year’s ethic’s theme of Ability and Disability, many of these students will serve at Hattie Larlham and the Hiram Farm,” Jason Bricker-Thompson, Director of the Office of Civic Engagement, said. “This will give students and staff the opportunity to learn about the mission and vision of these agencies through experiential learning.”

Check out some of the projects Hiram College students will be taking part in this year:

  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Center of Hope
  • Pancake Breakfast fundraiser
  • Hiram House Camp
  • Happy Trails Farm
  • King Kennedy
  • Hattie Larlham
  • Hiram Farm
  • Field Station
  • Renisance Family Center
  • Women’s Shelter
  • Little Village Child Care
  • Lunch Bunch