News and Events
HFC Interior Design alumna Allison Jones wins a $2,500 scholarship and a trip to Las Vegas as part of her national second-place finish.
Respiratory Therapy receives Distinguished RRT Credentialing Success award
For the seventh year, HFC's Respiratory Therapist program has received the Distinguished RRT (Registered Respiratory Therapist) Credentialing Success award.
Columbus Day and Indigenous Peoples' Day
President Kavalhuna talks about Columbus Day and Indigenous Peoples' Day, which are commemorated on the second Monday of October.
HFC paralegal instructor’s law degree works hand-in-hand with MPH
From a high school drop-out to an attorney specializing in public health, Crawford now teaches others to become advocates.
Non-Traditional Careers in Technology: Imagine the Possibilities Oct. 30
The “Non-Traditional Careers in Technology: Imagine the Possibilities” forum is Wednesday, Oct. 30, from 7:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Join us to learn about career possibilities! Free breakfast and lunch, too.
BIT Best Practices Certification Course at HFC
The NaBITA Certification Course will be held at HFC Nov. 21 and 22. Sign up by Oct. 8 for early-bird pricing!
Domestic violence awareness panel discussion
You are invited to a free, public panel discussion to raise awareness of domestic violence, featuring ACCESS and VOCA.
Sen. Sylvia Santana to judge Bake-Off Contest at HFC Nov. 16
Enter your tasty treats in the Bake-Off Contest, which will be held Nov. 16. Senator Sylvia Santana will be one of the judges.
Super Saturday is November 9. Our team is ready to help you!
Super Saturday is about YOU. We'll be here to help new students and returning students receive advising, register for classes, take care of finances, and handle other questions for the Winter 2020 semester.
Tickets available: Women of Color Luncheon featuring Congresswoman Lawrence
Join us for the annual Women of Color Collaborative Luncheon, featuring Michigan Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence. Everyone is invited; tickets available now!
Student Environmental Association encourages paper towel conservation
The HFC Student Environmental Association reminds and encourages you to be aware and limit your use of paper towels.
President Kavalhuna joins FedListens panel in Chicago
President Kavalhuna participates in Federal Reserve panel about monetary policy and its effects on vulnerable populations.
"Trunk or Treat" is October 25; sign up today!
A limited number of spots remain available for this popular community event, which gives families a safe, fun place to celebrate Halloween with treats, costumes, and a magic show.