Living on campus allows you to connect with campus and develop friendships and memories that last a lifetime.
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Your Home Away From Home
Hiram residence halls offer many ways for new students to develop a sense of belonging early in their college experience. Living in the halls comes with a sense of community where students begin to make the connections that will last them a lifetime. Students are encouraged to get involved from the beginning, whether it is joining a sports team, participating in a theatre production, or simply going see the comedian on Friday night.
Living in the halls is a great way to discover new interests, take advantage of programs happening in the halls, and even have free laundry! The halls are so much more than a place to live; they are a place to learn, socialize and be involved in the community where you live.
Hiram College recognizes and affirms the value of students living on campus and participating fully in the residential college experience. All students are expected to live on campus their entire four years, unless they meet specific criteria, including: living within a 30 mile radius with a parent or legal guardian, students over 23 years of age, students who are married, students in a long-term committed same-sex relationship, and student teachers (during the period of student teaching).
Students who will have achieved a senior status (minimum of 90 credit hours) by the end of the spring semester may request an exemption at room sign-ups for the following year. The above list of conditions and exceptions is by no means comprehensive and circumstances may warrant individual consideration.
OUR RESIDENCE HALLS
Each of Hiram’s residential complexes offers something different to our students; come on in and see what we have to offer.