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About Us

Did you know?

  • Dual credit students are not eligible for federal or state financial aid, and students on free and reduced lunch are less likely to enroll in dual credit courses.

  • Dual-credit students have higher college enrollment rates after high school and are more likely to complete a four-year degree and in less time than non-dual-credit students.

  • 13% of Johnson County high school students took Hill College dual credit courses in 2021-2022.

  • 82% of Hill College dual credit students continue on to higher education.

  • Students who take technical classes through dual credit can transfer to a Bachelor of Applied Arts & Sciences (BAAS) program at a university or go to work upon graduation.

  • Community members with a college education have higher rates of civic engagement, higher volunteer rates, higher voter turnout, and are more likely to promote a healthy lifestyle.

Johnson County Dual Credit JUMPSTART is a community-led scholarship of Hill College that benefits the dual credit students of Johnson County.

All donations made to the JUMPSTART fund of Hill College are gifts to a governmental entity and therefore tax deductible.

In Partnership with

Hill College

Our Donors

  • Gary Dollenger

  • Kailey Behrens

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