The staff of the University Transfer, Advising and Career Counseling Center can assist you with selecting a career path and planning the courses necessary to complete your educational goals. Whether your goal is to transfer to a university or complete a program that will prepare you to enter the workforce immediately, HFC's licensed professional counselors can help you.
Counselors are also available to assist you with study skills and time management, coping with change and stress/anxiety reduction, and provide you with assistance during career and life transitions.
View information on free transfer and career planning seminars, how to make an advising appointment, and view transfer guides to assist you in transferring your HFC credits to another educational institution.
Course Placement is an assessment test designed to identify your skills in math, reading, and writing. You and your counselor will review your results when selecting an appropriate course load and a proper starting point for your math and English classes.
The Assisted Learning Services Department assists physically challenged, learning disabled, or academically disadvantaged students in overcoming barriers to achieving an education. The department also provides tutoring services to all students.
The Office of Campus Safety provides security and safety 24 hours per day/365 days per year. Security services include patrol operations, first aid response, vehicle jump-starts, incident and accident report documentation, parking enforcement, and security escorts.
Click here to find information on obtaining student ID cards, parking information, Campus Watch, Safe Walk, what to do in inclement weather and other services mentioned above.
The Career Resource Center (CRC) is located in the University Transfer, Advising and Career Counseling Center. Whether you're making your first career decision or changing your career direction, you're invited to visit the CRC and work with a professional counselor to locate information, take a career assessment test, and/or clarify your career goals.
Career Services assists employers, enrolled students, recent graduates, alumni and HFC faculty and staff. Find information on job postings, writing résumés and cover letters, and preparing for an interview.
Learn about the Child Development Center located on HFC's campus. It provides state-licensed, quality care for children no younger than 2 years and 9 months old to no older than 12 years old. The children must also be toilet-trained. Child care is available Monday through Friday for children of HFC students, faculty and staff, and the community.
The HFC College Store is your place for official HFC textbooks, gear, and supplies. Buy or sell new and used textbooks, find official HFC gear, as well as purchase software, notebooks, and gifts.
Free for HFC students.
Provides counseling, support services, financial assistance, and seminars for prospective students who have concerns about entering/re-entering college. Special assistance is available to those thinking about pursuing nontraditional careers, such as men interested in health careers and or women interested in architectural construction or electronics.
The Learning Lab provides reading, writing, and math support for HFC students.
Information on registering for classes, how to request a transcript, enrollment verification procedures, grades, address and name changes, and final exam schedules.
Learn about the HFC Policy on Academic Dishonesty, Student Conduct and Due Process Procedure, and Student Rights and Responsibilities.
HFC is dedicated to the education and enrichment of its students and the community. It is the responsibility of all members of the HFC community to contribute to the safety and well-being of the campus environment and to support the educational process.