Tuition and Fees for Traditional Undergraduates
2013-2014 Cost of Attendance for freshman/new transfer students is:
In addition to the above direct costs (things you will be directly billed for by Hiram College), students can expect to pay approximately $3,063 for books, supplies, travel and personal expenses. These are considered indirect costs and are things you will pay for out-of-pocket.
The average projected Hiram College institutional scholarship and grant awards for students who entered Hiram fall of 2011 was $16,000. This means the average out-of-pocket costs before any other state and federal financial aid was awarded for students who entered Hiram fall of 2011 was $22,410.
A student's state and federal aid and loan package may vary depending on family circumstances. State and federal financial aid is not reflected in the average figure above. Of course, these averages will vary. This information is provided for general information purposes only.
Hiram College has a Tuition Guarantee Program, which eliminates annual increases to tuition. Tuition for students enrolling at Hiram under the Tuition Guarantee will remain the same through the student's fourth year.
2013-2014 tuition costs for returning upperclass students are as follows
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Room and board costs for upperclass students are same as listed above.