Registration for the Hill College May mini-mester and summer sessions is open

  Jessyca Brown
  Tuesday, April 25, 2023 10:38 AM
  Enrollment Management

Hillsboro, TX

Registration for Hill College’s May mini-mester and three summer sessions is open for new and current students.

The May mini-mester is a great opportunity for students to take courses online in an accelerated timeframe of three weeks. Classes begin May 15. Available courses consist of core curriculum and general electives.

“The May mini-mester offers students, who are away from their home university, the opportunity to complete credits toward their prerequisites and upper-level coursework at a reduced cost. This session, while short, is intense but offers students the flexibility of online classes. It is a great way to earn extra credits while at home,” said Noelle Barnes, Director of Academic Advising and Success.

The summer sessions, which include an 11-week session and two five-week sessions, Summer I and Summer II, are also great opportunities for students to either begin or continue working toward a certificate or degree.

“The summer sessions offer a wide range of needs for the local community. These sessions offer courses for dual credit students, industry professionals, and an opportunity for current students to earn credit hours toward their diploma. These sessions are also available to new students, who can get a head start on their college careers,” said Barnes.

The 11 Week summer session runs from May 22 through August 3, 2023. The Summer I and Summer II sessions run June 5 through July 6, 2023, and July 10 through Aug. 10, 2023, respectively.

Courses are available in a variety of subjects through the college’s four career pathways—Arts & Humanities, Business & Industry, Health & Public Service, and STEM. Several courses available include, accounting, art, business computer information systems, biology, business, chemistry, economics, English, government, history, humanities, math, music, office administration, psychology, sociology, and speech. For more information about pathways and courses offered, visit

Students with questions may reach out to the advising office bymailing New students must complete an enrollment application in person at the college or online at

To register or apply in person, visit or call one of the Hill College campuses: Hill County Campus, 112 Lamar Dr., Hillsboro, 254.659.7650; Johnson County Campus, 2112 Mayfield Pkwy., Cleburne, 817.760.5650; Burleson Higher Education Center, 517 SW Johnson Ave., Burleson, 817.295.7392.