Featured Funds

Rebel Pride Scholarship Fund

Gifts to the Rebel Pride Scholarship Fund support Hill College student. This is a general scholarship fund used each year to give scholarship awards to deserving students in need of financial assistance. Students who receive this award must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and be enrolled in no less than 12 credit hours.
Our “area of greatest need” fund exists to support all areas of the college as needed, and is distributed under the direction of the Office of Administrative Services.
The Century Club is an association of individuals and businesses that are passionate about furthering the work of Hill College. Membership dues provide annual resources that allow Hill College to complete special projects that are not funded by federal, state, or local dollars. Membership is open to all persons or firms interested in advancing the mission of Hill College. 
The goal of the Rebel Backer Club is to support our nearly 150 student-athletes competing in our 8 different varsity sports as they pursue excellence on the field and in the classroom. Your philanthropic support of our athletic programs through the Rebel Backer Club will help provide the financial resources that they need. Membership in the Rebel Backer Club begins with a minimum contribution of $75.
The Performing Arts Series at Hill College presents four to six programs per year to students, faculty, staff and the community.  These free-admission programs bring outstanding performing artists of all genres to Hillsboro each year and, in addition to the concerts, allows for those in attendance to interact with the artists in the receptions which follow each event. If you would like to support the Hill College Performing Arts Series, you are invited to become a BENEFACTOR ($100.00), a SUSTAINER ($50.00), a PATRON ($25.00), or a SUPPORTER ($10.00). A donation of $1,000 or more makes you a LIFETIME BENEFACTOR. Names of Lifetime Benefactors, Benefactors, Sustainers, Patrons, and Supporters appear in each event program. 
Texas Heritage Museum began with the personal collection of Hill College history professor Harold B. Simpson in 1963, and has continued to expand over the years. Today, Texas Heritage Museum is comprised of three divisions: Galleries and Collection, Historical Research Center and the Hill College Press. Together the three provide a learning environment that has helped Hill College establish itself as “The College for the Study of History” for students, as well as community members and the general public from all over the world. Become a Friend of the Museum today! Learn about Museum membership.

Planned Giving

Planned giving offers an invaluable opportunity for donors to include Hill College in their charitable gift or estate planning through a bequest, annuity, trust, life insurance policy or other planned or deferred gift opportunity. We will work with you and your attorney, tax advisor, or financial planner to make sure that your goals are achieved. To learn more about making a planned gift or to inform Hill College of your intention to intention to make a planned gift to the college, please contact our Development Office.

Matching Gifts

Many companies offer matching gift programs for their employees. If you are considering giving to Hill College, check with your employer to determine if they will match your donation. Contact your employer’s human resources office about ways to double or even triple the impact of your gift to Hill College.  Please forward the completed form immediately to allow for timely processing.

In-Kind Gifts

Gifts “in-kind” are contributions of goods or services. These types of gifts are different from gifts of cash or stocks. If you wish to make a gift of good or services to Hill College, please contact the Development Office so that we can assist you with your contribution.


If you're interested in donating, contact Jessyca Brown at jbrown@hillcollege.edu or 254.659.7504.

The Hill College Development team organizes and coordinates all fundraising programs for the college in support of the academic mission and objectives determined by the leadership of the institution. The staff of the Development Office is here to help you determine how you can make a positive impact on our institutional goals through philanthropic efforts. We are happy to speak with you regarding annual giving, planned giving, gala sponsorships, and the many other giving opportunities that we have available.

No matter the size of your gift, Hill College has continued to thrive since 1923 because of generous supporters like you. We look forward to speaking with you further about your opportunity to leave a lasting legacy at Hill College.

Jessyca Brown
Vice President, External Affairs
P: 254.659.7504