Hiram College

Summer Courses

Get ahead. STAY ON TRack.

Taking summer courses at Hiram College is the perfect way to catch up on courses you haven’t had time for, or get a head start to ease your course load for the 2019-2020 academic year. Stay on track to graduate in four years. Take advantage of all that summer has to offer. Explore the possibilities of summer classes.

Summer 2019 Schedule

Take classes during one or both terms:

  • Summer I May 13-July 7
  • Summer II June 17-Aug 11

More than 30 courses offered in a variety of formats:

  • On campus
  • Online
  • Off-campus (Lorain County Community College, Cuyahoga Community College, Lakeland Community College)
  • One-day workshops

Core courses are offered, including interdisciplinary requirements and team-taught courses.

More than 15 core courses available

  • Includes interdisciplinary and team-taught courses.

View summer 2019 courses


Students can register for any summer course up until the first day of class.

Hiram Students

  • No special registration PIN required.
  • Register for all summer courses online through Web4Student.

Non-Hiram Students

  • Non-Hiram Students are required to fill out an application prior to registration.

Tuition and Fees

Hiram College summer courses are $494 per credit hour, plus a $150 comprehensive fee.

* prices subject to change

Financial Aid

Summer Financial Aid Application – Please note that summer financial aid is limited, and students are typically awarded any remaining financial aid from the 2018-2019 academic year.  In addition, you must be accepted into a degree-seeking program and must be enrolled at least half-time (6 hours for undergraduate students, 3 hours for graduate students), unless you are requesting only summer work-study. Both Traditional College students and Center for Adult Studies students can complete a Summer Financial Aid Application to determine if you qualify for Summer Financial Aid.

Transfer Up to 75 Hours of eligible credits

You’ve worked hard to earn your college credit. That’s why, as a student transferring to Hiram College, you’ll be able to transfer up to 75 hours of eligible credit toward a Hiram College bachelor’s degree.