The Hiram College Alumni Executive Board (AEB) is now accepting applications for the 2020-2021 membership class. Nominations will be reviewed by the board and selected members will begin their service in the fall of 2020.
To learn more about the AEB, or to nominate yourself or other alumni, click the button below.
Are you celebrating your reunion year? Join your fellow classmates and show your pride by tackling these friendly reunion challenges. Help your class take the lead and be recognized during Alumni Weekend! Watch your email for monthly updates on the progress of your class or follow along at hiram.edu/reuniongiving.
Jan. 18 – Polar Blast, Northfield, OH Jan. 25 – Women’s Basketball Reunion, Hiram College March 10 – San Jose, CA March 12 – San Diego, CA May 2 – Rubber Ducks Baseball Game, Akron, OH June 19 – 21 – Alumni Weekend, Hiram College
Additional dates for spring events will be announced soon. Watch your email for more details.
Do you work for a company that is looking for applicants for internships and/or full-time jobs? The Office of Career & Academic Development will be hosting a Career Fair on Feb. 5 from 12 – 2 p.m. in the Kennedy Center. Help our students find jobs and internships! Questions? Email Bethani Burkhart, director of career and academic development, at burkhartBM@hiram.edu.
Please register by Jan. 22 by clicking the button below.
Jack Mrozinski Jr. appointed as 32nd head coach of the Terrier football program. Read more
Hiram College announces addition of Men’s and Women’s Wrestling Programs. Read more
The Hiram women's soccer team earned the United Soccer Coaches (USC) 2019 Team Ethics and Sportsmanship Bronze Award. Terriers were recognized for the fifth-consecutive year and have earned the distinction every year of Head Coach Michael Cracas' tenure. The Team Ethics and Sportsmanship Award is given to United Soccer Coaches members for exhibiting fair play, sporting behavior and adherence to the laws of the game. Read more
Garfield Center for Public Leadership’s Spring Seminar
You’re invited to the Garfield Center for Public Leadership’s Spring Seminar, titled “Nuclear Negotiations with Iran: Lessons Learned and Next Steps.” The speakers will be Ambassador Laura Kennedy, who served for nearly 40 years with the U.S. Foreign Service and Valerie Lincy, Executive Director of the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control.
Thursday, Feb. 20
4:15 p.m. Panel & Discussion, Kennedy Center Ballroom
6:30 p.m. Dinner, Koritansky Hall
Click the button below to read more and to register.
Hiram College has partnered with Publishing Concepts (PCI) to create a new Alumni Directory. This project helps collect important information allowing us to best communicate with all of our alumni, near and far.
You may receive a postcard, call, or email from PCI asking you to update or verify your information. Please answer the requests so that your contact information is updated and included in the Alumni Directory. Click the button below for frequently asked questions and to learn more about the directory project.