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2019 Scholarship Golf Tournament  

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 Over $51,000 raised in one day

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2018 True Blue Weekend 

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2018 Hilbert College Magazine 

 Featuring Women's Basketball Champs, Commencement, and more 

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Hilbert College Announces 30% Increase in Incoming Freshmen for Fall 2018

Hilbert College announced its incoming freshmen class for the Fall 2018 semester is the college’s largest since 2011. Compared to last year’s incoming freshmen, Hilbert’s first-time freshmen enrollment is up 30%. This is the second consecutive year with an increase at Hilbert, after last fall’s incoming freshmen increased by 15%. Read more >>>

Featured Alumni

Jon Rajewski, '04

“While attending Hilbert College, I had the pleasure of learning from faculty practitioners who were experts in their fields. This also helped me land an internship with the New York State Attorney General’s Office, which ultimately opened the door to my first job out of college.”


Autumn Lee-Jeffries, '07

“The relationship I built with the professors, support team, and peers allowed me to have a fulfilled experience at Hilbert. I wasn’t just a number. The campus knew me by name. School was never easy for me, but I had the support of EVERYONE to ensure that I was receiving the assistance that I needed to be successful!”

Doug Smith, '78

“The values that the Franciscan Sisters teach and live are important to me. For many years in your life, you are a taker. You take education. You take a paycheck. You take experiences. Then, it’s when you switch that route to giving that you start living the values of the Franciscans …”