Hill College

Dual Credit

General Information

What is dual credit enrollment?
Dual credit classes are classes that give you college credit for the same class you might normally only take as an AP class or a high school elective. It allows you to receive both high school and college credit for the same class if registered through Hill College and formally approved by your high school.

Who is qualified to take concurrent enrollment classes?
Any student who is currently a sophomore, junior, or senior at an accredited high school and is in good academic standing is qualified to take concurrent credit classes.

What classes are offered for concurrent/dual credit?

  • Classes that are taught at the high school are dependent upon who is qualified to teach them. Instructors must have a master's degree plus 18 graduate hours in the subject matter area in which they are teaching.
  • Contact your high school counselor, vice principal, or principal for information about what concurrent credit classes are taught and which ones are available for you to take.
  • Since most concurrent courses will be taught at the college campus/center, you may talk to someone in our Dual Credit/Concurrent Enrollment office about course selection. You can receive information in our Dual Credit/Concurrent Enrollment office about applying for college admission and registering for this course(s) following your receiving official permission from your school counselor, vice principal, or principal to take this course(s).

DUAL CREDIT OFFICE

Enrollment Management Office

Hillsboro Campus
112 Lamar Dr.
Hillsboro, TX 76645
(254) 659-7650

Cleburne Campus
2112 Mayfield Pkwy.
Cleburne, TX 76033
(817) 760-5650

FORMS

Printable Checklist

Dual Credit Application

Hill College Application

Drop Course Request

Resignation Form

Spring 2015 Dual Credit Calendar

Spring 2015 Tuition & Fees

High School Tuition Voucher Payment Authorization

Dual Credit/Concurrent Enrollment Course Offering Proposal

2014-15 Academic Calendar

STEPS FOR ENROLLING

STEP 1:  APPLY FOR ADMISSION TO HILL COLLEGE

Apply online HERE. This link will direct you to the Apply Texas website.

Set up Apply Texas Log-in, profile and add an application to Hill College.

User Name:                       Password:                    Hill College utilizes email communication. You will receive an email through the email provided on the admission application explaining how to get started in college. These emails also provide information about your Student ID number and Hill College student webmail.

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STEP 2: APPLY FOR DUAL CREDIT ADMISSION

Two-page Hill College Dual Credit/Early Admission Application.
Application must be signed by student, parent and appropriate high school official.

STEP 3: MENINGITIS VACCINE

Only required for students taking classes on a Hill College campus.
Documentation must be provided to the Enrollment Management office before attendance.
Must have vaccine at least 10 days prior to the first class day.
Vaccination requirements DO NOT apply to students ONLY taking courses at their high school.

STEP 4: HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT

Every Fall Semester an “Official Copy” of high school transcript is required to be sent to the Dual Credit office.

STEP 5: TEST SCORES

Dual Credit Test Score Requirements

STEP 6:  ACTIVATE STUDENT EMAIL ACCOUNT

Follow directions to set up a Hill College student email HERE.

It is suggested to activate this email account. Hill College communicates through student email accounts.

STEP 7: LOG INTO MYREBEL

MyRebel is the student portal located on the homepage.
MyRebel is the location where you gain admission information, student records information, register online, check for account holds, view schedules and course availability, view financial aid missing documents and awards, accept financial aid awards, pay accounts, set up payment plans, and much, much more. Click HERE to go to MyRebel

Login information:  Username: first name.last name               Password: lastname & last 4 digits of student ID number

STEP 8:  REGISTER FOR CLASSES

Registration is conducted online through logging into MyRebel and click on the Campus Connect Tab.
When registering online, find your high school campus to view classes that are taught on the high school campus. Online courses are listed under Internet-HC location.

STEP 9:  COMPLETE THE PAYMENT PROCESS

Payment is available online through MyRebel.
Payment plans are available for most semesters. Plans can be accessed through MyRebel or eCashier at www.hillcollege.edu/ecashier.
Many high schools pay for student classes. Please contact your high school official to determine if a payment voucher would be approved. Each high school district determines if they will approve payment vouchers and for how much.

Payment Deadlines: All Payment and/or Voucher must be received by the following dates or class(s) will be subject to dropping.           

Spring 2015 Semester – January 9, 2015

STEP 10:  ONLINE COURSES

All online courses begin through Blackboard. You can access Blackboard from the icon on the homepage or blackboard.hillcollege.edu. 
Contact your instructor via email!

STEP 11: BE SUCCESSFUL

The Academic Advising & Student Success Center is proud to provide support to every student who needs it. Services are listed, but not limited to: educational planning, tutoring, learning and physical disability accommodations, grants for child care and transportation, test taking skills, learning labs, resume writing, and interview skills.

Hill County Campus:                  (254) 659-7650
Johnson County Campus:         (254) 760-5650
Burleson Center:                        (817) 447-6907

Library services are available to all students. Online databases are also available through the library. Library information can be found at www.hillcollege.edu/library.

Always keep in contact with your instructor!

Hill College is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in education and employment. The college does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or veteran status in the administration of its educational programs, activities or employment policies.