HFC's Hammond Planetarium: “Fireflies in the Garden: A Summer Star Talk”
Fifty-One O One summer International Buffets
HFC hosts inaugural Early Childhood Special Education Conference June 20
JCPenney Suit-Up event: HFC students, faculty, and staff only
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!
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).
Cultural Friendship Program
The Cultural Friendship Program connects international students at Henry Ford College with students, staff, and faculty from the United States. Broaden your worldview and develop quality friendships on campus!
Travel with your classmates to historical and cultural destinations that will expand your understanding of your coursework. Experience life around the world! Previous study abroad trips have visited Belgium and Germany, Italy, and Costa Rica.
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. Contact Mandy Earl for more information about ways to volunteer your talents and time at HFC.
Arts and Culture
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.
WHFR Radio 89.3
WHFR 89.3 FM is HFC's award-winning independent, non-commercial broadcast and Internet radio station featuring an "alternative variety" format. The music and information are not found on other Detroit area radio stations. WHFR provides a real-world telecommunication lab experience for HFC students.