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Since 1974, Hill College, Cleburne Extension Center has been providing quality post-secondary education to the citizens of Johnson County. In 1997 and 1998, the citizens of Alvarado, Cleburne, Godley, Grandview, Joshua Keen, Rio Vista, and Venus approved a local maintenance and operation tax for the purpose of supporting a branch campus of Hill College, thus the Cleburne Extension Center became the Johnson County Campus of Hill College.


The Johnson County Campus has new facilities that opened in the fall 2000 semester. The new campus overlooks Lake Pat Cleburne on U.S. Hwy 67, west of the city of Cleburne. The new campus consists of thirty-two acres of land, plus an additional fifteen acres of adjoining land leased from the city. The existing buildings include a classroom building, a library, a student center, the Margie Faye Wheat Kennon Health Science Center, and the Tolbert F. Mayfield Administration Building.

The Johnson County Campus of Hill College provides quality education to the citizens of Johnson County in the following manner:

  • The awarding of associate degrees, certificate of technology, and certificate of completion.
  • Offering courses in the state core curriculum which includes up to forty-four semester hours that will transfer to any Texas State college or university.
  • Freshman and sophomore academic courses in a variety of college majors.
  • Twenty-one technical and vocational programs leading to associate degrees or certificates.
  • Concurrent credit classes for high school students that allows the student to earn high school and college credit for the same course.
  • Continuing education courses for all ages.
  • Distance education instruction broadcast from other colleges and universities.

Benefits of attending Hill College Johnson County Campus...

  • Lower tuition and fees;
  • Cheaper to stay at home without paying housing costs;
  • Small classes with personalized attention from faculty and staff;
  • Quality basic instruction that transfers to other colleges and universities;
  • Short-term technical training that prepares individuals for marketable skills to enter the work force;

Enrollment Management
Admissions   (817)760-5600
Counseling   (817)760-5650


Lost & Found is located in Office 140 of the Administration building.

 
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