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.
Students come from 35 states and 30 countries and represent more than 25 different religions. Between 50-60 percent of the College’s graduates go on to graduate school or professional school within five years of earning their degrees. The College was awarded a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s premier undergraduate honor society, in 1971.
Ranking & Recognition
- In The Princeton Review which rates schools on a number of criteria, such as academics, campus quality of life, admission selectivity, and environmental consciousness. Hiram is among the Best 376 Colleges and among the Best in the Midwest. [space height=”HEIGHT”]
- Read more about Hiram’s Princeton Review rankings for 2011. Read what the Princeton Review had to say about Hiram.[space height=”HEIGHT”]
- Featured on Forbes.com in the top 25 percent in “America’s Top Colleges.” Selection is based on quality of teaching, great career prospects, graduation rates and low levels of debt. The rankings are prepared exclusively for Forbes by the Center for College Affordability and Productivity.[space height=”HEIGHT”]
- Selected for inclusion in the “Fiske Guide to Colleges 2011,” an independent guide that features 300 of the best universities in the United States.[space height=”HEIGHT”]