Please use the tabs above to help you navigate entering and exiting the library building.
The Hiram College Library is following current best practices for library. If you have any questions about library procedures, please contact the Library Director, Janet Vogel.
Please visit our About Us page for complete information about library hours.
To Enter the Library Building:
To Leave the Library Building:
Accessible Main Entrance:
Accessible exit via the Main Entrance:
Accessible exit via the Annex:
* If you need additional help, please call 330-569-5489 and a library staff member will assist you.
If you are not a Hiram College student, staff, or faculty member and you need access to the library building, we ask that you follow Hiram College campus safety procedures.
You may also schedule curbside pickup of any library materials. Email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) and provide the title and call number of your item(s) as well as when you would like to pick them up. Please allow 1 business day for processing and wait to be notified via email that your item is available before coming to campus.
The Ask Here Library Services desk is located on the first floor next to the main entrance. Please follow Hiram College COVID guidelines and follow posted guidelines for social distancing when waiting to check out.
If you would like to utilize curbside pickup of your items, please email us (email@example.com) and provide the title and call number of your item(s), your library barcode (on the back of your ID), and let us know when you would like to pick them up. Please allow 1 business day for processing and wait to be notified via email that your item is available before coming the Library. Once you arrive, please call 330-569-5489 and let us know you have arrived at the library's front door. We will bring materials out to the front of the library.
eBooks for Contactless Checkout:
The Hiram College Library offers many eBooks for contactless checkout in addition to electronic journals and databases. Use OneSource to search most of our print and digital resources at once. OhioLINK also offers many eBook lending options as well as an Electronic Journal Center. Most eBooks are available for multiple users at the same time, so you do not have to wait to use them. If you have any questions about eBooks, please ask a librarian.
Items may be returned to the outside drop box next to the front doors of the Library 24 hours a day. They may also be returned to the drop box next to the Ask Here Desk on the main level.
You can renew any library materials online. No need to come in!
For any account questions or to renew by phone, call 330-569-5489. You may also email us (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Thank you for helping us keep library spaces clean!
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Library Director Janet Vogel.
Are you a first year or transfer student? Before you check out books, we need to update your library account with the barcode on the back of your student ID.
Please visit the Ask Here desk any time with your student ID and ask to have your barcode added to your account. You can then check out physical items and OhioLINK eBooks.
If you are unable to access the library building, please email email@example.com with your name, phone number, Hiram Student ID number (on the front of your ID), and the number on the barcode on the back of your ID. We will update your account within 1 business day.
Librarians are always glad to assist you.
For Research Help:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment to meet with a librarian. Include your course name, what information you are hoping to learn, and when your assignment is due. The email address is typically checked M-F 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. You may also call the library at 330-569-5489 and ask for a librarian. You may also ask whether a librarian is available when you visit the Ask Here desk, and we will meet with you if we can!
For Account Help, to learn more about checking out books, or other library questions:
Email email@example.com, call 330-569-5489, or visit the Ask Here desk.