Student Activities Office
The Student Activities Office can help you connect with or start a club, plan and promote events and fundraisers, and find volunteer opportunities.
Information on student clubs and activities, and volunteer opportunities.
With campus-wide events and concerts; varsity sports; theatre, dance and musical performances; an art gallery; study abroad programs; and nearly 40 student organizations to join, you'll never be bored!
Stay active by participating in Varsity or Club Sports, or cheer on the Henry Ford Hawks at intercollegiate games.
HFC offers entertainment (musical, dance, and theater performances, an art gallery, sports events), career fairs, lectures, seminars, and many other events that are open to the public. Take a look at the current events happening on campus!
Co-op and Internship
Earn college credit while working in a paid position for a company that gives you hands-on experience in your field of study. Co-ops and internships often lead to permanent employment offers. Learn more about Cooperative Education (Co-op).
There are more than 40 student clubs on campus. You can even start a new club that is not already offered!
The HFC Student Council seeks energetic, civic-minded students who want to lead and serve. Visit the website to learn what council seats are available, and how you can get involved. Learn more about Democracy Education & Civic Engagement .
Volunteer Your Talents
HFC and Southeast Michigan provide many opportunities to volunteer during the year. Our annual MLK Day of Service, holiday drives for children and the disadvantaged, our Hawks' Nest food pantry, and social services organizations are just the start.
Arts and Culture
Experience HFC's award-winning bands and choruses. Live performances are hosted on campus and in the community year-round. See upcoming concerts.
HFC has a rich history of high-quality, live theatre stage productions. See upcoming theatre productions.
HFC's Guy Hammond Planetarium is a state-of-the-art auditorium that takes you on a journey to the stars to learn about our solar system.
Stop by the Sisson Art Gallery to see inspiring student and professional artwork. The gallery, located in the Mackenzie Fine Arts Center, offers exhibitions for public viewing throughout the year.
The Mirror News is a 70-year campus tradition published by HFC students. The newspaper's readership extends throughout Metro Detroit.
Through Our Looking Glass is an annual student publication that carries original, creative projects (writing, illustration, photography, etc.).
WHFR Radio 89.3
WHFR 89.3 FM is HFC’s award-winning volunteer and student-staffed independent, non-commercial broadcast and Internet radio station. It provides a real-world media arts lab experience for students and features an “alternative variety” format not heard on other Detroit-area stations (New and independent label releases, local artist features, and overnight classical programming through American Public Media.)
Other Campus Experiences and Services
Henry Ford College offers dining, fitness, academic support, and much more.