Safety and security are imperative these days. The Hiram College Office of Campus Safety is here to ensure students, faculty, staff and guests are as safe as possible and secure in a professional and courteous fashion. We’re located on the second floor of the Kennedy Center.
The benefits of living on campus are numerous: opportunities to participate in a close-knit residential community; immediate access to classes, student activities, and campus events; ability to meet classmates or faculty for spontaneous group work, informal study sessions, or just hanging out; a structured venue to experience group living, communal norms, and shared responsibility; and many more. Our financial aid packages make residential life a viable option for students. So it is our hope that you will live on campus and fondly call one of our many residence halls your “home away from home.”
Hiram College offers students endless opportunities to get involved and engaged in campus life. Our close-knit community allows students many opportunities to join clubs and organizations, or start their own!
The Office of Community Service supports Hiram College's commitment of developing socially responsible and ethical citizens through integrating meaningful community service with coursework and reflection to enrich learning, teach civic responsibility, and support communities.
Hiram College has a number of resources to make your time on campus a positive one. If you can't find the assistance you need on our website, please reach out to our team at 330.569.5233.
Within the Office of Student Life, we offer several support functions, services and opportunities for students of diverse backgrounds.
Are you joining Hiram College as a new student in Fall 2020? Welcome to the family! Learn about New Student Orientation, and view all the resources and materials you need between now and your first day of classes.