Hill College is looking for vendors who would like to be part of its annual “Holiday on the Hill Craft Expo” Nov. 6-7 in the Student Center Gymnasium.
Hill College is offering an additional welding class at its Meridian Center this fall, following completion of its currently ongoing class. Students in the current welding class, as well as newcomers, are invited to enroll.
The Hill College Jazz Band and various choir groups will be performing their annual State Fair of Texas concerts next week.
Hill College and Walgreens have partnered together to provide flu shots at both the Hillsboro and Cleburne campuses on Oct. 2.
Hill College is currently seeking poster submissions for its annual Science Poster Conference on Dec. 4. This year’s event will be at the Hill College Johnson County Campus Student Center from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
One of the rarest Civil War artifacts ever donated to the Texas Heritage Museum - Hill College will be unveiled at the museum’s Annual Membership Banquet on Nov. 19 during the open house.
The 22nd season of the Hill College Performing Arts Series begins with an encore performance by the Baylor Symphony under the direction of Stephen Heyde Sept. 24 in the Vara Martin Daniel Performing Arts Center, just behind the Texas Heritage Museum on the Hillsboro Campus at 7:30pm. No tickets are required and seating is first-come first-served basis. A reception will follow, hosted by the Hillsboro Sesame Club.
Hill College’s Automotive Technology Program recently joined more than 100 colleges throughout the nation in partnering with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, in conjunction with the National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3) to develop a stream of highly-trained technicians for Fiat Chrysler dealers nationwide.
Several members of the Hill College JCC welding department spent last weekend competing in the Third Annual Johnson County Soapbox Classic in Keene.
Hill College Biology 2 majors in Dr. Lori Valentine Rose’s class have partnered with the Turner Museum of Natural History in Cleburne to help educate the museum’s Facebook page viewers about past and present species while also promoting the museum.
Coordinator of Visual and Performing Arts Phillip Lowe always treats area audiences to a wide variety of foreign and domestic talent through the Hill College Performing Arts Series. This year, the series takes a decidedly local turn, featuring groups from Baylor University and the broader Central Texas area, while still bringing in unusual acts from across the nation.
“Where’s the beef?” “What’chu talkin’ bout, Willis?” “I want my MTV!” Hill College invites all 1980-82 alumni to attend a Class Reunion Oct. 17 in the Student Center Gymnasium (formerly the old Rebel Gymnasium) located on the Hillsboro campus.