Hiram College is a private, liberal arts college in the village of Hiram, Ohio, near Cleveland. Also referred to as Hiram, it was founded on March 1st, 1850 by Amos Sutton Hayden, a member of the Disciples of Christ Church. The college, which is situated on a 110-acre campus, offers bachelor's and master's degrees. The major subject areas are accounting, biology, classical studies, and management.
Hiram is a member of the North Coast Athletic Conference, and the NCAA, Division III. The athletics team are nicknamed the Terriers. Students participate in a number of sports including basketball, soccer, swimming, and field and track events. Students from over 25 countries study here. There are five Greek social clubs, namely, Delta Chi Lambda, Lambda Lambda, Phi Beta Gamma, Phi Kappa Chi, and Kappa Sigma Pi.
Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
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