Governor Whitmer has asked 20 leaders in industry, government, and higher education to lead the state's efforts in workforce development. President Kavalhuna is the only community college president on the board.
Remembering Bill Hackett
Bill Hackett, long-time professor and labor leader at HFC, was a teacher, role model, and community leader throughout his life.
Whitmer appoints Chatman to Michigan Public School Employees’ Retirement Board
Governor Whitmer appoints Dr. Patricia Chatman, Dean of the HFC School of Business, Entrepreneurship, and Professional Development (BEPD), to the Michigan Public School Employees’ Retirement Board.
A traveling nurse goes west
Working during the pandemic is a “revolutionary time” for nurses, says HFC nursing alumna Amber Heery.
Apocalypse now! Humanities course explores the theme through history and culture
Summer Humanities 101 course explores the apocalypse as represented in history, religion, mythology, and popular culture.
Average class size
Our small class sizes and highly qualified instructors give you the opportunity to drive your own future
You could save up to $50,000 by starting at HFC and transferring to a four-year university