Hill College Century Club continues its membership drive

  Jessyca Brown
  Tuesday, November 29, 2022 10:05 AM
  General Events

Hillsboro, TX

In September, the Hill College Century Club met to elect new board members and select officers, as well as plan the annual membership goal.

The committee set the goal of increasing membership to 100 members for the annual membership drive with the hope of also increasing donations for various improvement projects on campus.

“As president of the Hill College Century Club, I would like to thank all the supporters who have renewed or joined the club for the 2022–2023 academic year. Please consider a $100 or greater membership to this worthwhile organization that supports projects that are outside the regular budget and help the board meet its goal of 100 members this year!” Art Mann said.

The Century Club strives to join individuals who are passionate about furthering the work of Hill College. Membership dues provide annual resources that allow the college to fund a wide variety of meaningful projects, most recently the replacement of the student-athlete sideline chairs in the Bob Bullock Sports Center.

Membership is open to all individuals, businesses, or organizations interested in the success of Hill College. Throughout its 40-year history, the Century Club has played an important role in the success of Hill College, helping to subsidize projects both large and small. 

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Century Club, please contact Jessyca Brown, Vice President of External Affairs, at 254.659.7504 or jbrown@hillcollege.edu.

By joining, your contributions will help Hill College offer top-notch educational programs and an environment conducive to higher learning.

This group is a vital asset to the college and leads numerous campus initiatives that support our students. “The Hill College Century Club has a longstanding tradition of supporting our students and programs. We are profoundly grateful for the organization’s continued dedication to the college,” said Hill College President Dr. Thomas Mills.