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Runnin’ Rebels Ranked #2


            The Hill College Runnin’ Rebels basketball team continues to dominate their opponents, as they move up in the National Junior College Athletic Association polls.

Board of Regents Meeting Agenda Posted


AGENDA For the Regular Meeting of the Board of Regents of Hill College to be held Tuesday, February 17, 2015 at 7:00PM in the Board Room of the Administration Building

Cirque Zuma Zuma to Perform on February 17


On the evening of Tuesday, February 17, the Bob Bullock Sports Center at Hill College in Hillsboro will be the setting for a very different type of event, though no less athletic than the basketball and volleyball games that normally take place there.

Hill College Students Participate in Community College Day in Austin


Nearly 1,500 community college supporters converged on the state capitol Tuesday for Community College Day at the Capitol. Among the throng of eager advocates were Hill College students from Hillsboro, Cleburne and Burleson.

Hill College’s Auto Program Receives NATEF, ASE Accreditation


             Hill College’s automotive technology program has received accreditation from the National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF) and The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), following a months-long evaluation process.

Application Deadline Extended for Perkins Grant


            The Carl D. Perkins Basic Grant Program at Hill College is a federally-funded program that provides community colleges with resources to develop and maintain programs that serve faculty, staff and students in technical and vocational education departments.

Criminal Justice Students Visit Huntsville


Hill College Criminal Justice students recently took a field trip to the Huntsville Prison Unit. The Huntsville Unit is the oldest prison in Texas and is nicknamed the “Walls Unit” because of the large brick wall surrounding the facility.

Board of Regents Meeting Agenda Posted


AGENDA For the Regular Meeting of the Board of Regents of Hill College to be held Tuesday, January 20, 2015 at 12:00, NOON in the Bob Bullock Room of Hill College Cafeteria Bldg.

Hill College Testing Center Offers THEA-IBT


The Hill College Testing Center has announced that it has made the transition from the THEA (Texas Higher Education Assessment) paper/pencil test, which was discontinued on December 31, 2014, to the THEA ibt (Internet Based Test).  There are currently only 28 locations at community colleges and universities in the state that offer the exam.

Number Five Ranked Basketball Team Begins Conference Play with Win


Starting the New Year off strong are the Hill College Running Rebels basketball team who are ranked 5th in the NJCAA Division I polls. The Running Rebels have become the highest ranked one-loss team in the polls and are seeded at No. 5, up two spots from No. 7 last week and No. 8 the week before.

Hill Women’s Basketball Team Begins Conference Play with Win


The Hill College Lady Rebels basketball team has started conference play with a hard fought victory over Weatherford this past Saturday 82-77. The Lady Rebels “have come a long way and show tremendous growth and development since the beginning of the season,” said Head Coach, Scott Hyland.

Nationally Ranked Fire Academy Enrolling for Spring Semester


Hill College’s fire science degree program is ranked 38th out of over 900 programs at colleges and universities nationwide. This high ranking is due to the high quality of education and training offered, at a price that won’t break the bank.

Notice of Executive Session Meeting


Notice is hereby given that there will be an executive session meeting of the Board of Regents of the Hill College District on January 14, 2015, beginning at 12:00 noon, in the Bob Bullock Room.

Hill College Press Publishes 48th Book


Hill College Press is pleased to announce the publication of More Texas Burial Sites of Civil War and Reconstruction Era Notables:  A Biographical and Pictorial Field Guide, a set of two hardcover volumes with dust jackets, containing more than 1,050 biographical sketches and photographs of grave sites of Confederate and Union officers and other prominent notables in Texas during the period who are buried in Texas cemeteries.