Hill College

April 2014

HILL COLLEGE JCC WELDING COMPETES IN MONSTER DUCK RACE

04.29.14

Saturday, April 26th, the Hill College JCC Welding Department competed in the Monster Duck Race. The event was sponsored by the Buffalo Creek Association as part of Springfest in Cleburne, TX

FALL REGISTRATION OPENS FOR HILL COLLEGE

04.24.14

Registration for Hill College's fall semester is currently open on campus and online. Registration for new students will continue through August 22. Fall classes begin August 25, 2014.

HILL COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT SCHEDULED FOR MAY 8

04.24.14

The 2014 Hill College commencement ceremony has been scheduled for 7 p.m., Thursday, May 8, at the Cleburne Conference Center in Cleburne, Texas.

SEARCH FOR NEXT HILL COLLEGE PRESIDENT MOVING FORWARD WITH 37 APPLICATIONS

04.16.14

The search for Hill College’s next president has received a lot of interest, with more than 70 inquiries and a total of 37 completed applications. “This is the biggest response I have seen in some time. The interest is very high,” said presidential search consultant Dr. John Anthony.

LUSTER TO SIGN WITH MISSOURI SOUTHERN

04.16.14

Taylor Luster finished his junior college career at Hill College with a trip to the national tournament in Hutchinson, KS. He was the only player to start every game this season and the last sophomore to sign a national letter of intent.

BOARD OF REGENTS MEETING AGENDA POSTED

04.10.14

HILL COLLEGE TO HOST ANNUAL RODEO

04.02.14

Hill College hosts its annual rodeo April 11-12 at the Hill College Rodeo Grounds at 306 HCR 3108, Hillsboro, Texas. The rodeo showcases over 300 talented men and women at the college level from across the state of Texas.

HILL COLLEGE’S DR. TERI WALKER EXPLAINS HOW TO MAKE DATA WORK FOR HIGHER EDUCATION

04.01.14

Dr. Teri Walker, director of Institutional Research and Effectiveness at Hill College in Hillsboro, Texas, will speak at the South Central Poise Users Group (SCPUG) Conference April 14, in Hot Springs, Ark. In her presentation, titled Student Success: One of These Things is Like the Other, Walker will discuss the necessary elements for making technology and data work in higher education, whether at an urban community college district of over 80,000 students; a small, rural college with an enrollment of 4,500; or something in between. These elements include clear data definitions, the ease with which data can be extracted, communication and a compelling story.