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Students chose climate change and health care as most important issues
At the National Student Political Issues convention, students chose their top two goals for national attention by legislators.
HFC strategic planning update and employee survey
Strategic Planning Team co-chairs Russ Kavalhuna and Tony Perry provide an update and ask employees to take a survey on strategic planning themes.
HFC men’s basketball team ranked 10th in NJCAA pre-season poll
The 10th-ranked HFC Hawks look forward to the season ahead.
HFC welcomes JJ the Mime Nov. 7
JJ the Mime will entertain the HFC community with his famous mime show Nov. 7.
HFC Welcomes Victoria Swiencicki
From accounting to running coffee shops to teaching, Victoria Swiencicki has made it a priority to give back to her community.
Hawk Power Hours are back
For students who need help during non-business hours, we are offering Hawk Power Hours
Extended hours to help you: Third Thursdays
For students who need assistance for enrollment questions during non-business hours, we are offering extended hours on Third Thursdays.
Culinary Campus Tour: sign up today
Join us for our culinary tours on campus. You will learn about our culinary program and exciting opportunities for study and careers.
Flood safety tips for you and your family
The National Weather Service and NOAA offer tips on what to do before, during, and after a flood.
Global performing magician presents “Stream of Illusion” Virtual Magic show Nov. 4
The magician who performed at President Obama's inauguration will perform for the HFC community on Nov. 4.
The Big Desk Calendar is back for 2022. Event listings and orders accepted until Nov. 24
The HFC Big Desk Calendar is an oversize paper calendar you can place on your desktop. Submit event dates for 2022, and place your order for a calendar.
Bench dedicated in honor of retired HFC Trustee Mary Lane
Mary Lane appreciates this practical and lovely tribute by friends commemorating her service on the Board of Trustees.
HFC hosts “Courses XX Chefs’ Dinner”
Courses XX (20) Chefs' Dinner on Nov. 6 will support scholarships awarded to HFC Culinary Arts students.
Children’s Garden open house Nov. 4-5; open for business Nov. 8
Children’s Garden provides childcare and early education opportunities for children from infancy to age 5. Come to their open house to learn more.
HFC alumnus has taught special ed across the country
Michael Shelton gained a passion for special education through a personal experience with a badly burned classmate.
“In This Together”: HFC celebrates NJCAA Day Oct. 21
HFC joins the festivities for the 5th annual NJCCA Day Oct. 21.
Oct. 22 Student Issues Convention welcomes voices from across the nation
HFC is co-hosting the National Student Issues Virtual Convention on Oct. 22, amplifying student voices on political issues that matter to them.
Exploring the Social Sciences: The Transfer Guarantee Nov. 1-4
Learn how social sciences will advance your goals, no matter what your major. Meet faculty. Play a game. Set a path for your future.
Faculty Lectureship Award winner Kimberly Occhipinti presents research Oct. 21
English professor Kimberly Occhipinti describes visual rhetoric and classroom technology in her public presentation Oct. 21.
Virtual Nursing Mini-Fair today at 11:30 a.m.
The Career Services Office hosts a Virtual Nursing Mini-Fair. All are invited. Nearly 2 dozen employers are scheduled to participate.