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Attention Students:

The Hill College Scholarship application for Fall 2019 is now available online. To access the application, go to https://www.hillcollege.edu/students/scholarships/

The application DEADLINE will be June 1st, 2019 at midnight. Scholarships are awarded on a first‐come, first‐served basis and based on fund availability, so please advise students to fill out applications as early as possible.


For questions, please contact the Scholarship and Aid Coordinator Edith Monroy at emonroy@hillcollege.edu

 

** Registration is Open Now **

*Classes Begin!*

May Mini: (3-Week) May 13, 2019

Summer: (11-Week) May 16, 2019

Summer: (9-Week) June 3, 2019

Summer I: (5-Week) June 3, 2019

Summer II: (5-Week) July 8, 2019

Fall: (8-Week) August 26, 2019

Fall: (16-Week) August 26, 2019

 

Mandatory advising is required for all students prior to enrollment each semester. Students must review their Education Plan prior to registration with their pathway advisor. Education Plan assistance is available in the Academic Advising and Success Center. Schedule your appointment today!

Academic Advising & Success Center Locations

Hill County Campus
112 Lamar Drive
Hillsboro, TX 76645
254.659.7650

Johnson County Campus
2112 Mayfield Pkwy.
Cleburne, TX 76033
817.760.5650

Burleson Center
130 E. Renfro St., Suite A
Burleson, TX 76028
817.295.7392

 

Payment and/or payment arrangements are due at registration. Payment Plans are available online through MyRebel.


TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE:

MyRebel Login:@askrebel@hillcollege.edu

SchoologyCourses don’t appear until the 1st class day.
Joe Shaughnessy @jshaughnessy@hillcollege.edu

Registration blocks:@enrollmentinfo@hillcollege.edu


Do You Need a Job?

Do you need a job?  Hill College is hiring Work-Study positions on and off campus.  Please see Kathleen Pustejovsky or Delsa Copeland in Student Information Services regarding part-time employment opportunities.

Work-Study is a program through both the Federal and State financial aid programs that fund employment through Hill College.  You need to have completed a FAFSA or TASFAA for the 2018-2019 and qualify for the program.  You don’t have to qualify for Pell in order to work.  Hill College will determine your eligibility for the program.

Kathleen Pustejovsky
Hill County Campus
kpustejovsky@hillcollege.edu
254-659-7632

Delsa Copeland 
Johnson County Campus/Burleson Center
dcopeland@hillcollege.edu
817-760-5873

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