The Eshleman Library provides reference assistance, private and group study areas, and a quiet meditation room. It also offers an extensive collection of books, databases, and electronic journals.
SAFE @ HFC
SAFE @ HFC's goal is to keep the HFC campuses safe and welcoming for everyone. The information and resources on this site are targeted toward LGBTQ+ individuals and allies, and can strengthen and support all community members.
Campus Dining and Catering
The Student and Culinary Arts Center is home to a variety of dining options. The Skylight Café provides catering options for special events on campus. During the Fall and Winter semesters, HFC offers the 5101 full-service Restaurant inside the Student Center (open Tuesday - Thursday; see Restaurant website for details), and the Culinary Wellness Food Truck (food counter inside Skylight Café).
Take advantage of the HFC Fitness Center to enhance your health and fitness. The Fitness Center is on the main campus in the Athletic Memorial Building, and is free for all HFC students. Staff and faculty may also use the Fitness Center free of charge when it is not being used by Athletics. Obtain keycard access by visiting Campus Safety.
Mothers who wish to breastfeed their children and/or wish to express/pump breast milk may do so in any of HFC's three lactation centers, in K-340 and WC-109 on the main campus, and N-144 on the east campus. For more information, visit our breastfeeding/lactating mothers page.
Wherever you are on campus, a single-occupancy, gender-inclusive restroom is nearby. We are committed to providing the level of privacy and safety sought by our transgender students, employees, families, and any who requires private restroom space.
Any member of the campus community is welcome to use the gender-inclusive restrooms.
Take a walk down the Rouge River Gateway Trail and enjoy the beauty of nature! The trail offers plenty of woodland scenery and runs for two miles across the UofM-Dearborn and HFC campuses, crossing the Rouge River twice along the way. Kingfisher Bluff is a beautiful waypoint on the trail, on the west side of campus.