The Highland Theological College (Gaelic: Colaiste Diadhaireachd na Gaidhealtach) is located in Dingwall, Scotland. It is part of the University of the Highlands and Islands.
In 1994 the Highland Theological Institute was set up with the assistance of Moray College. In 1999 they moved to premises that had been acquired in Dingwall and the name was changed to Highland Theological College (HTC).
In 2006 it was approved by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland as a college for the training of Church of Scotland ministers. Theologically, it is within the evangelical and Reformed Christian tradition.
Since 2009 the principal has been Hector Morrison, a Church of Scotland minister.
In 2014 there were 141 students.
Coordinates: 57°35′43″N 4°25′26″W / 57.59528°N 4.42389°W / 57.59528; -4.42389