News and Events
(video) HFC student Dia Camara presented "The Global Black Experience" in February. Camara's varied life experiences have shaped his aspirations to become a surgeon.
St. Patrick’s Day carry-out meal ordering is open!
Fifty-One O One restaurant is offering a special St. Patrick’s day feast through pre-order carryout. Order online by March 12; pick up on March 17.
Meditation social event, March 17
Join HFC Counselor Imad Nouri to focus on your mental health with exercise and health tips.
Shayma Mustafa and family: dream outside the box
With a passion for education, diversity and inclusion, and cultural change, Shayma Mustafa and her family are a deep part of the HFC community.
Presidents’ Day 2021
President Kavalhuna shares his reflections on the holiday officially known as George Washington's Birthday.
Engelhardt Social Justice Fellowship applications due March 5
Five applications for the U-M Engelhardt Social Justice Fellowship remain. Apply by March 5.
Rachel Lobdell proves it is never too late to work toward your dreams
HFC is a "big, loving family" for student Rachael Lobdell.
HFC welcomes Mark Tade as Assistant Director of Employee and Labor Relations
Former nuclear submarine officer and teacher Mark Tade joins the College as Assistant Director of Employee and Labor Relations
DeLong, Diamond appointed to VP roles
DeLong becomes Vice President of Marketing and Communications; Diamond is Interim Vice President of Student Affairs.
Chinese New Year 2021
President Kavalhuna shares his reflections on the Chinese New Year, celebrated February 12 this year.
See live Hawks contests online, beginning Feb. 18
Starting with the HFC women's volleyball team's home game against Mott on February 18, the College will live-stream all home contests this winter.
Need money for college? HFC scholarship deadline is March 31
Fall 2021 scholarships are available to help you pay for college. Apply by March 31!
HFC part of consortium awarded $10 million Department of Labor grant
An 8-community college workforce collaborative is nationally recognized and has been awarded $10 million for workforce training.