AGENDA For the Regular Meeting of the Board of Regents Of Hill College To be held Tuesday, June 21, 2016 At 7:00PM Boardroom of the Hill College Administration Building.
Hill College is making preparations to bring its Office Administration Program to the college’s Hillsboro campus. The program, currently taught online and at the Johnson County campus in Cleburne, is slated to begin this fall in Hill County.
Hill College’s Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) program has received the approval needed to begin offering classes this fall.
Whitney resident and Hill College alum Jennifer Nowlin was officially sworn in as a member of the Hill College Board of Regents in a special ceremony May 17 in the Hill College Boardroom.
Jim Cato was recently honored for his 32 years of service as a Hill College Board of Regents member during the March Board of Regents meeting in Hillsboro.
Hill College Board of Regents President David Teel was recognized as the 2016 Distinguished Alumni recipient at annual Alumni Banquet May 6 in the Bob Bullock Sports Center.
Hill College Health Science students participated in the college’s annual bioterrorism simulation Wednesday on the Johnson County Campus in Cleburne.
An upcoming Hill College event will allow participants to explore careers that they may never have considered.
Hill College recently received a 2016 Innovation Award given by the TASB Risk Management Fund for implementing a new emergency preparedness plan throughout the District.
AGENDA For the Regular Meeting of the Board of Regents Of Hill College To be held Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at 7:00PM in the Board Room of the Hill College Administration Building.
Congratulations to the Runnin’ Rebels baseball team (36-19 overall, 20-12 conference) for advancing to the NJCAA Region 5 Baseball Tournament this weekend in Lubbock.
Hill College and Hillsboro High School recently teamed up to hold its 11th Annual Teen Forum April 25 at the Hill County Campus location.
Officials at the Association of Academic Museums and Galleries have appointed Texas Heritage Museum at Hill College Dean John Versluis as the new Mountain-Plains representative according to an official press release on April 28.