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, EDA 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.
Living on campus at Hiram is an exciting experience you’ll remember for a lifetime. From the many activities you can become involved in to new student experiences and our support services and resources to navigate college life, you’ll always be on the move!
Constructed in 1995, the Hiram College Library combines comfortable study space with extensive resource materials. Hiram’s library is a U.S. government depository and receives approximately 7,000 federal documents annually.
The mission of the Student Health Center is to maintain optimum physical and emotional health of the Hiram College student body through the provision of quality, accessible, comprehensive and cost-effective primary health care. We also strive to promote healthy behaviors and lifestyle choices through ongoing educational outreach and programming.
A 110-acre campus lined with red brick buildings in Hiram, Ohio. Located three miles from campus is Hiram’s 500+ acre biology field research station. The college also maintains an off-site field station called Northwoods, in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Hiram is a nationally respected institution that offers students a distinct learning environment with an emphasis on close student-faculty interactions, international study experiences, and experiential learning environments. The College was awarded a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s premier undergraduate honor society, in 1971.