News and Events
Members of the HFC community are doing life-saving, meaningful, and supportive work in many ways during the coronavirus. We share some of those stories with you here.
Summer Humanities 101 course explores the apocalypse as represented in history, religion, mythology, and popular culture.
Remembering Bill Hackett
Bill Hackett, long-time professor and labor leader at HFC, was a teacher, role model, and community leader throughout his life.
New wrestlers join Hawks squad for 2020-21 season
New grapplers join the HFC Wrestling Team for the 2020-21 season, following up on a a highly successful 2019-20 campaign.
Memorial Day 2020
Memorial Day has only been an official holiday since 1971, but its legacy belongs to all service members. President Kavalhuna shares his reflections.
A traveling nurse goes west
Working during the pandemic is a “revolutionary time” for nurses, says HFC nursing alumna Amber Heery.
Alumnus Byron Brooks wins community service awards
A tireless champion of the homeless, HFC alumnus Byron Brooks recently won two awards at Ferris State for his community service work.
New “Lab Sounds” podcast features many paths to success
New podcast series focuses on people who support student success at HFC.
VP of Student Affairs publishes journal article about HFC’s pandemic response
In his article, "Staying Safe within the Pandemic," Vice President Daniel Herbst talks about the steps HFC has taken to accommodate students during the pandemic.
Students: textbook rental return deadline extended
The bookdrop is a box just outside the doors to the Learning Success Center east entrance. You may enter campus through the center entrance, then bring your rented books to the dropbox.
HFC supports Futures for Frontliners
Governor Whitmer announced a new tuition-free program for frontline workers to earn a college degree.
HFC's EMS program recognizes EMS Week with community education each year. We are featuring the 2019 visit to Snow Elementary School, along with some ideas for how you can show your appreciation for EMS professionals.
Students in postponed classes for Winter 2020 will not receive Incomplete grades
HFC students whose Winter 2020 classes had to be postponed will not receive a grade until their classes are able to be completed.
Remembering Morris Hood III
Former State Senator Morris Hood III was a public servant, a good friend to many, and a supporter of Henry Ford College.