Hill College is hosting a registration event to help students and their families be ready when classes start. At Rebel Round-Up, students will receive assistance with: application, financial aid, registering for classes, learning about campus technology, and learning about academic planning. Students will also have an opportunity to get to know their departments and area of study.
The fact that she can give birth to three babies before noon is not even the most amazing thing about “Victoria,” the newest member of the Hill College Nursing Department. She can push those babies out without batting an eye. Well, actually, she does bat her eyes. Her pupils also dilate, her breathing and heart rate accelerate, and she verbalizes what she is feeling. She can even simulate a seizure.
The Hill College men’s and women’s soccer teams are both headed to the semi-finals after each team won their regional games on Wednesday, October 29. For the women’s team, it’s the first time since 2008 that they’ve won the regional championships, but for the men’s team, it’s their first-ever win of the regional champions title.
CLEBURNE - The Community and Workforce Education Department at Hill College is proud to announce a new Health Career program offering – Clinical Medical Assistant.
Anyone thinking about training for a technical career field can get some first-hand information at Hill College’s “Let’s Get Technical” event scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 6, from 6-8 p.m. at Hill College’s Snap-On training facility. The interactive open house will allow participants to see equipment in action, participate in demonstrations, and meet college instructors.
Hill College welcomes Estonian a capella vocal ensemble Heinavanker.
AGENDA For the Regular Meeting of the Board of Regents Of Hill College To be held Tuesday, October 21, 2014 At 7PM in the Hill College Boardroom of the Administrative Bldg.
Anyone thinking about training for a technical career field can get some first-hand information at Hill College’s “Let’s Get Technical” event scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 6, at the college’s Snap-On training facility.
Hill College will be hosting its fourth annual Holiday on the Hill Craft Expo at 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Friday, November 7, and 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Saturday, November 8, in the Student Center Gym on the Hillsboro Campus.
The Hill College “We Believe” Campaign recently raised a record $14,142.95 to support student scholarships, special projects and campus initiatives.
Members of the Hill College 1947-48 state championship football team (and some from 1946) held their annual reunion Friday at the college, sharing stories and renewing long-time friendships.
Burleson is 90 students closer to its ultimate objective of providing every high school graduate from Burleson with an opportunity to attend college. That summarizes the exciting message Mayor Ken Shetter brought to Burleson leaders Thursday.
Hill College is offering second 8-week classes for those wanting to start their college career in October. Current and new students have an opportunity to pick up classes starting October 20, when the second 8-week classes of the fall semester begin.
The Hill College Jazz Band and Choir performed at the State Fair of Texas on Tuesday. This was the 40th year that the Hill College music groups have performed at the Fair. Pictured with music students are music faculty members Steve Hart, Phillip Lowe, Shirley Erickson and Larry McCord.