Transfer Bridges to the Humanities @ University of Michigan
Join us for our informational conference Friday, May 11
Counselors, advisors, teachers, and other school officials who work with students: come to the Henry Ford College campus in Dearborn on May 11 to learn how this innovative new program can help your students obtain a valuable, prestigious college degree, while saving them thousands of dollars.
Register here to attend this FREE conference (breakfast and lunch are provided).
Learn more about the conference (PDF document).
What is Transfer Bridges?
Transfer Bridges to the Humanities @ University of Michigan is a program for HFC students who want to study the humanities and humanistic social sciences for two years and then transfer to U-M Ann Arbor’s College of Literature, Science, and the Arts to complete their bachelor’s degree at one of the nation’s leading institutions.
The program also includes summer program components, and other co-curricular and extracurricular opportunities so students will get to know their U-M professors and fellow students before transferring from HFC to U-M Ann Arbor.
Humanities are liberal arts disciplines such as archaeology, classics, history, linguistics and languages, law and politics, literature, performing arts, philosophy, religion, visual arts, and others.
Humanistic social sciences include liberal arts disciplines such as anthropology, communications, economics, evolutionary biology, genetics, political science, psychology, sociology, and others.
You will save $20,000 by attending HFC for your first two years! In addition to the major cost savings, here are some of the major ways you will benefit from this robust program:
- If you are an HFC honors student, you will (once gaining admission) be part of a structured transfer process to make sure your credits in liberal arts, humanities, and the humanistic social sciences will effectively transfer to the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts at University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.
- You will have many different learning and social experiences both in Dearborn and Ann Arbor from the beginning of your studies, including undergraduate research, community-based learning, socially innovative programs, summer collaborations, internships, and more.
- You will participate directly with HFC and U-M faculty and graduate students to create inclusive learning models at HFC.
- You will receive support for career coaching and intensive instruction to ensure you will be able to make the most of your humanities education.
- You will experience the best of both worlds: Michigan’s premier community college, and one of the nation’s premier universities!
Jeremy Guc • Supervisor, Admissions and Recruiting
Jennifer Ernst, Ed.D. • Dean, School of Liberal Arts
Michael Daher, Ph.D. • Director, Henry Ford II Honors Program