Registration for summer II and the fall semester at Hill College are open

  Jessyca Brown
  Tuesday, June 11, 2024 8:44 AM
  Enrollment Management, Academics

Hillsboro, TX

Registration for summer II (5 week) and the fall semester (16 weeks and first 8 weeks) at Hill College are open. Summer II courses begin July 8, 2024; the fall semester begins August 26, 2024.

The five-week summer session allows students to earn credits on an accelerated time frame and is a great way to complete core courses, such as English, government, history, music, psychology, sociology, and speech, among others. Opportunities to complete a lab science requirement are also available.

These shortened semesters are very beneficial for working students and those with families. The shortened course timeline affords students time to take care of other responsibilities while also earning college credits.

This fall, course and program highlights include the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Program, which will begin a new cohort at the Johnson County Campus (JCC). Graduates from the EMS Program enter the workforce with real-world training, led by qualified instructors, in fields such as emergency medicine, emergency medical technicians (EMTs,) paramedics, and other medical professions. Other course offerings at JCC include an evening class in Introduction to Teaching and Child Growth and Development (which will also be offered at the Hill County Campus).

The echocardiography and vascular technology programs are also open for registration at JCC. These programs provide the quality training and skills needed to enter these highly in-demand fields in the medical community by partnering with local hospitals and one-on-one training.

At the Burleson Higher Education Center (BHEC), an in-person Math for Teacher I course will be offered, as well as several business management and office administration courses. Anatomy & Physiology I and II will also be offered at BHEC.

All students are encouraged to utilize Hill College’s career pathways, which are geared toward degree paths that enable students to focus on their academic and professional interests. Students can choose from programs in Arts & Humanities; Business & Industry; Health & Public Service; and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). These pathways are intended to guide students to their chosen career paths and offer a variety of ways to achieve those goals.

For students who are already enrolled, no application is needed. Simply register online via the student portal or schedule an appointment with your academic advisor at your local campus by emailing

New students should complete an application at

Regular advisement hours at all campuses are Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m.–5 p.m.

Financial aid is available; email for information.

In addition to in-person classes, Hill College continues to offer a variety of online and hybrid course options to meet student needs.

Visit for more information, or call or email at 254.659.7500,

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