Campus Visits and Special Visit Days
There are many ways to visit Hiram College.
From personal, customized visits to group visits and overnight stays, there’s something here to fit anybody’s schedule and needs. Choose the option that’s right for you and sign up today!
Individual Visit Days
Hiram College offers you - the student - a variety of choices making your visit a personalized experience.
Join us for a:
Chat with your Admission Counselor
Meeting with a Professor and/or Coach
Meal at our Dining Hall or Hiram Bistro - our treat!
Let us know if you are interested in wildlife rehabilitation, field biology, environmental studies or just a love for the outdoors - an opportunity to tour our James H. Barrow Field Station will be added to your schedule.
Our knowledgeable Financial Aid advisers will also lead students through the FAFSA process and payment options.
Start your college experience with us - weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. throughout the entire year.
Feeling adventurous? Ask us about the Northwood's Experience for incoming freshmen!
Grab your hiking boots - let's go! Located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan's Hiawatha National Forest, we have six log cabins and a main lodge over looking our very own Cherry Lake, the perfect place for hiking, canoeing and stargazing!
Saturday and Group Visits
For information regarding Saturday and Group Visits, please call:
Special Visit Days
College Planning Workshop
Saturday, September 27, check-in @ 9:30am
Feeling overwhelmed by the college search process? We want to help! The Admission staff at Hiram College, and others from the Hiram community, are ready to share some resources with you and answer your questions about:
How to narrow your choices and find the school that is the best fit for you
What to expect from the college environment regarding academics, athletics, financial aid, and extracurricular activities
How to enjoy the process along the way!
You’ll have several info sessions to choose from throughout the day, and you’ll have the option to take a campus tour at the end of the program. Lunch will be provided. And if you want to draft an essay before you come, you’ll also have the chance to review it with an admission counselor before submitting it for your college applications.
Friday, October 17th (Individual visits will not be offered this day)
For more information regarding the NEOEA Day Schedule, please call: