News and Events
Students will have the opportunity to hear from representatives of five universities during the Historically Black College and University (HBCU) event Jan. 19.
From studio to stage: a collaboration between HFC music and recording arts
This is your opportunity to be part of a professionally produced recording in a winter-long music project.
HFC and UM-Dearborn invite you to MLK Peace Rally Jan. 20
MLK Peace Rally on January 20 begins at UM-Dearborn and ends at HFC. Mayor Hammoud, Dr. Kalvin Harvell and VP Holly Diamond will speak.
Get to Know HFC: Dr. John Rietz and a lifetime passion of teaching English
Dr. John Rietz loves digging into topics with students such as, why do people use metaphors? What makes something a poem? How you do you communicate effectively?
HawkStrong: Amal Harhara balances family, school to become a teacher
HFC faculty gave Harhara the confidence and skills she needed to pursue her dream of becoming a teacher.
Get to Know HFC: Karen Sadanowicz
Interim Registrar works to make sure the enrollment processes for students go smoothly.
Black Male and QUEENS Focus Group meetings for Winter 2022
The first Black Male and QUEENS Focus Group meeting this fall is Wednesday, Jan. 12, at noon via Zoom. All are invited.
Join us as HFC hosts Welcome Back Days Jan. 25-26
Get the most out of your time at HFC by participating in Welcome Back Days.
John McDonald remembrances, by the HFC community
The HFC community reflects on the meaning of John McDonald's life and contributions at the College.
Making history: HFC alumnus is Hamtramck’s first Muslim mayor
Historical firsts: Hamtramck swears in its first Muslim mayor, who is an HFC alumnus. It also swears in an all-Muslim City Council.
Farewell to Janice Bartos
Always pushing herself to do her best, HFC Nursing Program Coordinator Janice Bartos retired Dec. 31.
HFC teams are looking for new Hawks
Three HFC sports teams are recruiting -- sign up today!
HFC alumnus enters national conversation as painting goes viral
Artist's painting, “Critical Race Theory,” is a flashpoint for national dialog about how history is perceived and taught.