Scholarships and Grants

With a variety of scholarship and grant opportunities available, Hiram College is an affordable option for students of all kinds. Check out our offerings below. Applying is easy.

Announcing New Merit Scholarships

Our new scholarship opportunities recognize academic achievement and hard work based on GPA and standardized test scores. They are blind to financial need.

For more information, . One of our representatives will get back to you soon and answer any questions you have or help you apply.

How to Apply for Scholarships and Financial Aid

Step 1: Fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). We recommend completing the FAFSA before Feb. 15. Students may begin filing any time after Jan. 1. Hiram's FAFSA code is 003049. Students should use this code to send their information to Hiram.

Step 2: Apply for a scholarship or grant. Choose from the list below. In most cases, all that is required to receive a merit-based award is to apply and be offered admission to Hiram College. 

Step 3: Wait for the results. Students who successfully completed their FAFSA by Feb. 15 should expect to receive a financial package sometime in early March.

Tuition, Finances and Planning Information

At Hiram College, students can take advantage of our unique Tuition Guarantee, which ensures their tuition won’t increase from their first year to their senior year. Take a look at the current cost of attendance below to help with your financial planning.

Current cost of attendance for freshman and new transfer students:

  • Tuition: $29,065
  • Comprehensive Fee $1,075
  • Room (double): $4,820
  • Board (continuous serve): $5,040
  • Total: $40,150

*A student's state and federal aid and loan package may vary depending on family circumstances. State and federal financial aid and loans are not reflected in the average figures above.

 

Fall 2014 scholarships

Annual Award

Name

Criteria

Full Tuition

Trustee Scholarship

Awarded by Scholarship Committee. Minimum 3.8 Cumulative GPA and 28 ACT or 1260 SAT - Awardees are notified by December 15

3/4 Tuition

Presidential Scholarship

 Awarded by Scholarship Committee. Minimum 3.8 Cumulative GPA and 28 ACT or 1260 SAT - Awardees are notified by December 15

$16,000

Dean's Scholarship

3.6 GPA and 26 ACT or 1200 SAT

$12,000

Heritage Scholarship

3.4 GPA and 22 ACT or 1000 SAT

$10,000

Hiram Scholarship

3.0 GPA and 20 ACT or 900 SAT

$13,000

Transfer Scholarship

2.5 GPA with 12 completed transfer hours

$15,000

Phi Theta Kappa

Membership in Phi Theta Kappa

Note: the SAT score criteria are based upon the combined critical reading and math scores.

 

Other available awards

Annual Award

Name

Criteria

Up to $5,000

        Alumni Grant

  Children and Grandchildren of Alumni

Up to $3,000

        Disciples of Christ Grant

  Disciples of Christ Church Member

Up to $3,000

        Out of State Grant

  Enrolled student from out of state

Up to $3,000

        Art Scholarship

  For students majoring in Art

Up to $3,000

      Education Scholarship

  For students majoring in Education

Up to $3,000

      Music Scholarship

  For students majoring in Music

Up to $3,000

      Political Science/Pre-Law Scholarship

  For students majoring in Political Science or Pre-Law

Up to $3,000

      Theatre Scholarship

  For students majoring in Theatre

  $1,000

      Sibling Grant

   Brothers or Sisters of Currently Enrolled Students

For more information visit our Financial Aid site.



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