A Guest Student is a student who currently attends another college or university and wishes to take one or more courses at HFC. The Guest Student must submit an authorized guest application from his or her current college/university.
Students enrolled at another college/university can take classes at HFC as Guest Students and then return to their current college/university, transferring their credits there from HFC. Guest Students may take any class as long as they meet the class prerequisites.
Just complete the steps below and you will be ready to start classes. You can complete these steps online or you can visit the Welcome Center (Building WC) on the main campus if you would like in-person help.
NOTE: Previous Guest Students applying as a Domestic or International Student ARE required to submit the application below. You must re-apply for guest admission using the Michigan Uniform Guest Application each semester.
Complete the Application for Admission
- Students currently attending a Michigan college or university must submit a signed Michigan Uniform Guest Application.
- Students currently attending a college/university not located in Michigan should visit the Office of the Registrar at the educational institution they are currently attending for additional information on obtaining permission to enroll at HFC as a Guest Student.
- Guest Students must re-apply each semester.
- NOTE: Guest Students are NOT eligible to receive Financial Aid at HFC.
Register for Classes
- Register online using WebAdvisor or in-person at the Welcome Center.
- Use the Schedule Planner in WebAdvisor to help you plan your classes.
Pay for Classes
- There are a number of great options to help with paying for tuition at HFC.
- Pay in cash or credit card in-person at the Cashier’s Office in the Welcome Center. Call 313-845-9641 or visit www.hfcc.edu/cashiers.
- Or, you can sign up for the convenient EZ Pay program to spread out payments over several months. Visit www.hfcc.edu/ezpay or call 313-845-9641 to sign up.
Non-Degree Seeking Students
Students may be admitted to HFC by Special Admission for Non-Degree-Seeking Students in order to take a course for enrichment or personal development but not to pursue a degree or certificate. Students eligible for Special Admission include those who are high school graduates, hold GED certificates, or have attended another college.
Students admitted under this category must satisfy all prerequisites for courses they take, and they are NOT eligible for financial aid. If, after completing 15 semester hours of credit, the non-degree-seeking student wishes to seek a degree from HFC, he or she may be required to submit educational documents for review and evaluation to verify academic status. Courses taken under a non-degree status may or may not be acceptable for meeting program or degree requirements.