ER nurse: good teaching changes lives
Mohamed Saleh, a nurse, describes how HFC teaching, scholarships, and diversity changed the course of his life. He plans to return as a teacher one day.
What Presidents' Day means
President Kavalhuna shares his reflections on Presidents' Day (Washington's Birthday).
University of Michigan Ann Arbor LSA transfer information session
Transfer to the U-M Ann Arbor College of Literature, Science and the Arts. Learn what it takes at this information session.
Transfer information session with Wayne State University, March 24
Everything you want to know about transferring from HFC to Wayne State University, including programs, costs, scholarships, and seamless transitions.
Transfer info session with Eastern Michigan University
Everything you want to know about transferring from HFC to Eastern Michigan University, including programs, costs, scholarships, and seamless transitions.
Transfer information session with U of M Dearborn
Everything you want to know about transferring from HFC to University of Michigan Dearborn, including programs, costs, scholarships, and seamless transitions.
The long road to becoming Dr. Amilivia
HFC alumna Jennifer Amilivia beats the odds and earns her doctorate in special education from the University of Kansas, becoming a special education advocate along the way.
Women's Recognition Luncheon tickets available!
Purchase your tickets to the 2020 Women's Recognition Luncheon today. Donation options are also available and encouraged.
Black History Month Events 2020
Henry Ford College celebrates Black History Month. Join us for a variety of events.
SSA hosts soul food luncheon Feb. 20
In honor of Black History Month, SSA will host a soul food luncheon Thursday, Feb. 20.
President Kavalhuna selected for Aspen New Presidents Fellowship
President Kavalhuna is one of only 25 presidents selected nationally for the Aspen New Presidents Fellowship. The goal is to achieve transformational change on behalf of students.
HFC supports Governor Whitmer’s "60 by 30 Action Alliance"
HFC champions Gov. Whitmer's goal of having 60% of working-age adults achieve a college education by 2030.