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Batool and Zeinab Saad

Saad sisters attended HFC, Wayne State, and law school together

Photo: Batool Saad and Zeinab Saad, two sisters whose HFC path led to great careers.

Being dual-enrolled at Fordson High School and HFC enabled the Saad sisters – Batool and Zeinab – to get comfortable taking college courses. It also set them on their career paths to becoming attorneys.

“I took an international relations class my junior year, which sparked my interest in law,” said Batool, a member of the Top 10 in her 2010 Fordson graduating class. “Starting at HFC really gave me the motivation and confidence to start my career.”

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TED's Roger Curtis and Russ Kavalhuna smiling

HFC and TED host Governor's Marshall Plan for Talent Workshop

Photo: HFC President Russell Kavalhuna, right, meets TED Director Roger Curtis at the Marshall Plan Workshop on the HFC campus.

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  • Ashley Smith, HFC's first automotive faculty member, poses with a pick-up truck

    HFC welcomes its first female automotive faculty member

    Ashley Smith's interest in cars began at an early age. Her late grandfather, Jay Smith II, owned seven transmission shops in the Metro Detroit area.
  • President Kavalhuna stands and addresses seated group at a luncheon.

    Presidential Listening Tour is underway

    In consultation with the Board of Trustees and Cabinet, President Kavalhuna is conducting a listening tour during his first weeks as President.
  • Interior of tiny house, all-white interior with loft, light wood butcher-block counters

    Tiny Home SOLD at auction for $47,205

    The Tiny Home project, an HFC collaboration with RE/MAX and built by HFC Architecture and Construction Technology students under the close guidance of HFC faculty member Chad Richert, has been SOLD to the highest bidder in an online auction.
  • Aug 18 9:00am
    A group of HFC Enrollment Services employees smiling, showing off their HFC spirit

    Our team is ready to help YOU on Super Saturday, Aug. 18

    Super Saturday is about YOU. We'll be on campus to help new and returning students register for classes and take care of finances for the Fall 2018 semester.
  • Ali Hammoud headshot

    An advocate waiting to happen

    HFC alumnus Ali Hammoud, who became a lawyer after receiving advice from Congressman John Dingell, has been appointed magistrate of the 19th District Court in Dearborn.
  • A drawing of a bird rendered through Arabic calligraphy

    HFC offers new course in Arabic Calligraphy this fall

    Effective the Fall 2018 Semester, HFC's School of Liberal Arts will offer a new course in Arabic Calligraphy (ART 228) through its Department of Fine and Performing Arts. Fluency in the Arabic...
  • student sits in Science Building lobby, holding notebook and smiling.

    Your college classes start Aug. 23. Sign up today!

    The Henry Ford College fall term is almost here. Register for classes in 150 programs of study, and get started on your career dreams! You'll find HFC a top-quality, incredibly affordable, welcoming college, where your success is our success.
  • Sep 17 11:00am
    Staff and students behind a table at Welcome Back Days

    Welcome Back Days at HFC Sept. 17-22

    Everyone is invited to attend our Welcome Back Days from Sept. 17-22. New and returning students can learn about the programs and services on campus, join clubs, participate in activities, speak with...
  • Kavalhuna headshot

    President Kavalhuna signs on to Governor's resolution supporting civility

    President Russell Kavalhuna, along with dozens of other state and civic leaders, has signed a resolution by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder to commit to civility in public discourse.
  • New head basketball coach Gwen Burton

    Women’s basketball returns to HFC with lofty goals

    Women's basketball is part of the HFC sports lineup for the first time in three years. New coach Gwen Burton expects great things.
  • Photo of Tiny Home

    Henry Ford College students, RE/MAX collaborate on Tiny Home

    Students in HFC’s architecture/construction technology (ACT), energy technology, and interior design programs joined together to build and design the “Tiny Home for Tiny Tots.”
  • Judge Hunt and illustration of 19th District Court building

    Judge Hunt creates a court just for veterans

    As a former Marine himself, Judge L. Eugene Hunt of the 19th District Court in Dearborn has always had a soft spot for veterans. When Hunt was an attorney and saw a veteran in the courthouse, he would always approach him or her, offering pro bono legal assistance if needed.