Recently, Hiram College was one of six institutions featured by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette as an example of a small private college in the tri-state area transforming its approach to curriculum, tuition costs, and hands-on learning experiences provided to students.
Tap below to read “Hiram College embraces mindfulness to keep its students rounded” by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The feature on Hiram follows the primary story.
Reunions represent a significant milestone in our lives and provide a time to reconnect with classmates of the College in a meaningful way. Behind any reunion is a dedicated group of volunteers working to make it a success. If your graduating class ends in a “5” or a “0” you will be celebrating a special reunion during Alumni Weekend on June 19 - 21, 2020. Would you like to help plan the festivities?
Consider volunteering now for your class reunion planning committee!
As part of the Homecoming festivities on Saturday, October 26, 2019, Hiram College will induct eight new members into the William H. Hollinger Athletics Hall of Fame. These alumni have each made a significant contribution to Hiram’s athletic history.
Cassie (Bedard) Braden '07, Basketball Pat Comerford '77, Soccer Damion Creel '98, Baseball Michelle Kozempa '07, Volleyball James "Max" Kravitz '06, Football Michelle "Shelly" Leshe '08, Swimming & Diving Matt Ray '93, Football Dawn Soroka '93, Softball
One of the best ways to preserve the Hiram legacy for future generations is to encourage a current high school student to apply to Hiram College. Click the button below and pass along the link to someone you know!