Recent Alumnus 2013-03-19T03:09:29Z
Everyone I have ever talked to has told me they ultimately went to Hiram because they offered them the best scholarship. Hiram has always tried to be as affordable a liberal arts college as possible. I got a full academic scholarship here, which they only offer to one freshman in the incoming class, but all of my friends have received hefty scholarships and loans. I haven't met anyone here who hasn't gotten some sort of aid, actually.
College Junior 2013-02-25T02:52:14Z
I am an international student and They let me pay like 20,000$ a year. So, I got almost 50% scholarship but, I am expecting more to get so that I can help my parents reducing tuition fees.
College Sophomore 2012-11-30T19:28:54Z
There are many available scholarships Hiram college has provided, but it quite hard to get them.
College Junior 2012-07-29T21:38:38Z
I would suggest that students who plan on entering Hiram College as Freshman have good SAT and ACT scores if they want a good financial aid letter. My grades were awesome but not so much my test scores. Apparently, they put more weight on those than your GPA score in high school. Overall, Hiram College is a very expensive school. The cost of attendence is $41,000 dollars every year. They don't really like to offer that much financial aid help and the representatives aren't understanding of your financial problems at all. If I could do it all over again, I would've attended a cheaper school.
Recent Alumnus 2011-04-04T17:19:40Z
The Admissions wing of Hiram College is excellent and they do everything possible to find scholarships and help for students. This one of the best small school nationally. BAR NONE.
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