The Learning Lab at HFC is your central location for academic support. We strive to assist students and faculty with techniques that are evidence-based and will increase your chances of success.
We are here to help you help yourself.
The goal is for you to become an independent, self-motivated, resourceful, lifelong learner -- and to enjoy the process as much as possible.
NOTE: The Learning Lab is providing services in online formats only during the pandemic. Any references to in-person services are suspended until it is safe to return to campus.
Most of our services are currently provided by phone or online. Please contact us before coming to campus.
Tutoring services are available outside of our normal business hours, visit our Tutoring Services page for more information.
Please leave a voicemail to request a return phone call.
Tutoring and Class Resources
We offer in-person and multimedia/online resources to help you succeed in your classes at HFC and beyond:
- Current student handouts and textbooks (log-in required)
- Computer labs and printers
- Group study areas and collaboration tools
- Tutoring services
Course Placement Testing and Learning Resources
We have a wealth of additional resources for you. We can help you prepare for course placement exams such as:
- Chemistry placement
- Nursing admission test (NAT)
Learning Lab Media
Lab Sounds Podcast
Lab Sounds is the podcast series of the Learning Lab. In each episode, we interview faculty, staff, and students from Henry Ford College to highlight their stories and inspire our community.
Lab Notes Newsletter
Lab Notes is the official newsletter of the Learning Lab, distributed electronically each Fall and Winter semester. Readers can enjoy interesting features about the operations of the department and the people integral to its success.
Student and Faculty Inquiries
If you have any questions or need assistance, you can use these forms to connect with someone from the Learning Lab. The forms require login.
Students: request help or ask a question about test preparation, tutoring, and other resources.
Faculty: request information about what resources are available for you to use in your classes.