Diversity & Culture
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.
Image: Hiram students during Hillfest
Active involvement in campus life can have a definite positive impact on your overall experience as a student. Hiram College students have created several clubs and opportunities that invite students to come together over their differences.
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion supports the College’s commitment to fostering and promoting increased knowledge of cultural and ethnic diversity and its significance as an educational value of the Hiram Community. In addition to a commitment to engaging on general diversity issues affecting the entire Hiram community, ODI provides specific support services to enhance the success and personal development of historically underrepresented minority students. Further, the office provides cultural programming to promote mutual understanding and respect of global citizenship on the part of students from all backgrounds.
Some opportunities include:
- Black Student Union
- Feminism in Action
- Active Minds – Mental Health Awareness
- Intercultural Forum
- Student Senate