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Hiram College

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Hiram was an excellentBrightEducation
Hiram was an excellent school. I got a lot out of my education. I feel better prepared than many of the other people I know who went to other schools.
Alumna Female -- Class 2000
Preparedness: A+ Reputation: B
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Please save your money and do not goQuite BrightPsychology
Please save your money and do not go here. Go to Kent instead. This place is horrible. The registrar office will give you the run around every day until sunday; and then monday it will start all over again. KCPB which is suppose to bring big names and events for the campus will just bring what they want and do not give a damm about what most of the students want. For the money you are paying it is not worth it since its name has been run into the ground in the past few years. It is about time they came out and cared about the student and the community again which Hiram was once suppose to be known for. Some of the highlights is if you are lucky enough to squeeze into a class with an awesome prof. there are many of them and they do care. Also the library staff will bend over backwards to assist you. The rest of the administration are just a bunch of heartless individuals who have cooshie jobs with high salaries who just want to make more money. Lastly if you do actually finally get out of there; the resources for you to get somewhere are so limited because there job website is run by a woman who will only help you if she likes you.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
Starting Job: Training Manager; Preparedness: F Reputation: D
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I went to Hiram for one year andBrightCommunications
I went to Hiram for one year and I miss the school. People may say Hiram is boring but I rather be at school that allows partying in the middle of nowhere than at a school in the middle of a 100,000 person city that is dry. Food at Hiram was pretty good Yolanda makes bomb sanwhiches. Professor Greenwood and Nozar are awesome. Campus is pretty with the trees red brick and white column buildings. Girls not the prettiest but at least they party and aren't snooty. overall Hiram was fun and everybody was pretty accepting there. I miss the Ram.
1st Year Male -- Class 2013
Innovation: A+, Scholastic Success: F
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