College should be about setting goals and celebrating milestones. That’s why Hill College created 15 Forward, Think 30 and Clock the Credit-45.
15 Forward is named for the major achievement of completing the first 15 semester credit hours at Hill College.
Think 30 is named for the completion of 30 semester credit hours at Hill College.
Clock the Credit-45 is named for the completion of 45 semester credit hours at Hill College.
Of course, there are many other milestones on the road to achieving your goals. We encourage you to set them, meet them and celebrate them. Use the links at the left to find some helpful resources.
Remember, if you keep moving forward, you will meet your goals. We’ll help you celebrate along the way.
The amount of financial aid that a student is eligible to receive will be determined by the Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) that is calculated by the Federal processor and which appears on the SAR and/or ISIR. This is the amount that a student and/or his/her family is expected to contribute towards the cost of meeting their educational expenses. Another factor that determines the amount of aid that will be received is the Cost of Attendance or Cost of Education. This is the amount, as determined by federal and state guidelines, that it will cost the average student to attend Hill College. Various types of aid are available to students who meet criteria and include: Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (FSEOG), Federal
Hill College offers the traditional 16-week courses but also offers two 8-week terms within the 16-week semester. Hill College offers a December-mini and May-mini, which are 3 week terms at the end of the 16-week semester. The classes offered are the equivalent of the traditional 16-week class just in a shorter time frame. Check with the Academic Advising and Success Center to see if your program can be finished quicker by using these shorter terms.
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