Skip To Content

 Login Help
You are here:  Welcome  

Message from the President of Hill College

For complete details, please visit the Hill College website on COVID-19.

Hill College Employees and Students:

I hope this letter finds you safe and healthy. Hill College faculty and staff continue to ensure that our students have appropriate options to continue their education, while planning to safely return our campuses and center to normal operations in the future. I urge you to check the Hill College COVID-19 webpage for updated information at


Registration for the summer and fall terms continues, thus I encourage students to register for classes. All services are being offered online, as staff are committed to helping students on their pathway. To register for class, contact the Academic Advising and Success Center staff at


In light of the continued concerns with COVID-19 and Governor Abbott’s Executive Order, the term dates and course delivery methods are listed below. As restrictions are lifted, we will adjust the class schedule to offer some face-to-face and blended classes.

  • May Mini (May 18 – June 4, 2020) – online instruction only
  • Summer 11 Week (May 21 – August 6, 2020) – Academic courses online; Career and Technical courses online as much as possible
  • Summer 9 Week (June 8 – August 6, 2020) – Academic courses online; Career and Technical courses online as much as possible
  • Summer I: 5 Week (June 8 – July 9, 2020) – Academic courses online; Career and Technical courses online as much as possible
  • Summer II: 5 Week (July 13 – August 13, 2020) – Academic courses online; Career and Technical courses online as much as possible
  • Continuing Education courses will continue to be assessed.
  • Fall (August 24 – December 10, 2020) – courses will continue to be assessed.


Hill College offices will continue to be closed to the public until further notice.  All college buildings are locked; therefore, students and visitors should not come to campus. Employees, who have been deemed as performing essential functions, will be approved and scheduled by their supervisors to be on a campus/center.  Beginning May 18, essential functions will be expanded, approved, and scheduled by supervisors in order to be on a campus/center.


All college events will continue to be cancelled, rescheduled or conducted virtually. Students continue to check your student email and the college calendar for events, dates and times.  



Hill College is here for you

We understand that online learning may be challenging for students, and our staff is here to help. 

Department Contact email
Academic Advising & Success Center
Business Office
Dual Credit
Faculty Check syllabus for email
Financial Aid
Information Technology
Testing Center
Health and Wellness Resources

AskRebel is an online support center designed to assist you 24/7. Through AskRebel, you have immediate access to an extensive knowledge base which equips you with the latest information for your college success. This extensive list of answers to your most frequently asked questions can be found by logging on to MyRebel and clicking AskRebel in the left corner.

Ask Rebel Topics

** Class Start Dates **

Spring 2020 Start Dates


May 18, 2020

Summer 2020 Start Dates

    11 weeks

     9 weeks

    Summer I (5 weeks)     

    Summer II (5 weeks)

May 21, 2020

June 8, 2020

June 8, 2020

July 13, 2020

Fall 2020 Start Dates

    16 weeks

     1st 8 weeks

    2nd 8 weeks     

    December Mini

August 24, 2020

August 24, 2020

October 19, 2020

December 14, 2020

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. You can call or email to schedule your appointment today!

Academic Advising & Success Center Locations

Hill County Campus
112 Lamar Drive
Hillsboro, TX 76645

Johnson County Campus
2112 Mayfield Pkwy.
Cleburne, TX 76033

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

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


MyRebel Login:

Schoology: Courses don’t appear until the 1st class day.
Joe Shaughnessy

Registration blocks:

Do You Need a Job?

Do you need a job?  Hill College offers Work-Study positions on and off campus.  Please contact Maria (Denella) Strark or Delsa Copeland in Student Information Services regarding part-time employment opportunities.

You need to have completed a FAFSA or TASFAA for the 2020-2021 award year and qualify for the program.  Make sure you indicated that you were interested in the work study program on the FAFSA.  You don’t have to qualify for Pell in order to work.  Hill College will determine your eligibility for the program.

Maria (Denella) Stark
Hill County Campus


Delsa Copeland 
Johnson County Campus and Burleson Center


1098Ts are now available for 2019.  Please visit to access your document.

Sign up now for next year!  You will automatically receive your form via email.

 View more posts
Financial Aid (Viewed: 604 times)
Tuition & Fees (Viewed: 805 times)
Important Websites
Apply Online (Viewed: 13353 times)
Dual Credit (Viewed: 10776 times)
Library (Viewed: 8057 times)
Online Publications (Viewed: 6619 times)
Rowdy Card (Viewed: 11089 times)
Schoology (Viewed: 13074 times)
Smarthinking (Viewed: 6740 times)

Smarthinking is an online tutorial service that is available to all Hill College students.

University Center (Viewed: 7136 times)
Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to view and print PDF files.
You have no incoming announcements.

FREE Access via Computer, iPad or Tablet, or SmartPhone:

  1. Free Download of Microsoft Office
  2. Free Access to The Chronicle of Higher Education
  3. Free Download of Autodesk / AutoCAD

Access to Wireless: Wireless Walk-Through

How-To: Find answers in our How-To Section