News and Events
Starting with the HFC Men's Basketball Team's home game against Alpena on February 9, the College will live-stream all home contests for basketball, volleyball, and wrestling.
Alumnus Harold Promo submitted his application just in time to HFTS in the school's final decade. He used the education to launch a successful career.
Children’s book readings by our community for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Community members read to children as part of an SSA education and inspiration initiative for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in 2021.
Commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
President Kavalhuna shares his reflections on the year-round meaning of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday, and its specific relevance to the HFC community.
HFC will host live webinar about Human Trafficking January 26
You are invited to a live webinar to raise awareness about human trafficking.
Instructor with Appalachian roots becomes director of Henry Ford II Honors Program
Get to know Dr. Adam R. Hazlett, the new director of the Henry Ford II Honors Program at HFC.
Virtual Winter 2021 Welcome Back Days January 27-28
Get involved with student activities and student clubs during Welcome Back Days!
Smyrski appointed interim dean of HFC’s School of Liberal Arts
Larry Smyrski will serve as the interim dean of Liberal Arts until June.
Hawk success: alumna promoted to Technician Leader within a year of graduation
Not long after becoming a Certified Ophthalmic Technician, Kristen Cavazos became a Technician Leader at Henry Ford Ophthalmology.
HFC and Detroit Promise alumnus says, "attend community college first!"
Donovan Green attended HFC on the Detroit Promise scholarship, then transferred to earn his bachelor's degree. He wouldn't have it any other way.
Trustee Dr. Michael Meade reflects on 40 years of College service as he retires from the Board
Dr. Michael Meade confident HFC is in good hands as he retires from the Board of Trustees.
Longest-serving Trustee Mary Lane reflects on 20 years as she retires from the Board
Mary Lane looks back at her 20 years on the HFC Board of Trustees.
Governor Whitmer appoints HFC professor to Commission on Middle Eastern American Affairs
HFC's Abdulhakem Alsadah was recently appointed to the statewide commission, which advises the Governor.
HFC Talent Acquisition Coordinator passes SHRM-CP exam
Terri Hagen took advantage of quiet evenings and weekends during the lockdown studying for the SHRM-CP exam, which she recently passed.