Resources and Information, Winter 2020 semester

Henry Ford College has made significant changes to how we are operating during the coronavirus outbreak.

Planning to enroll at HFC for the first time in Summer or Fall 2020? Visit our Admissions website, or reach out to enroll@hfcc.edu or 800-585-4322. Check out our new student videos, too.

For information about the coronavirus, visit our coronavirus website.

Following Governor Whitmer's stay-at-home executive order 2020-21, both HFC campuses are closed. Classes that are offered remotely will continue. Student, faculty, and staff support services are continuing online and by phone.

If you need information that is not on this website, please reach out to your Vice President or School Dean (go to the President's Cabinet / Vice Presidents section).

Students: please check your Hawkmail daily. The College will share important information with you there.

Contact Us

Help Desk, for tech support:

helpdesk@hfcc.edu or 313.845.6345
Mon. - Fri., 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Sat. / Sun., 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Instructional Technology, for online class support

moodlesupport@hfcc.edu or 313.845.9663
Mon. - Fri., 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Call Center for other support:

313.845.9600
Mon. - Fri., 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m

How to Get Help:

Student support services

Summary:

Our student services offices are operating remotely. We are here for you!


Details:

Visit our student services and campus resources websites for details about what each of these resources is, and how we can help you.

All of the following areas are currently offering support for you in remote (online) format:

Interpreting services for the deaf

We will provide assistance for our deaf students whose classes are moving online. This will be through a remote interpreter who will assist you with access to your online assignments. Reach out to Assisted Learning Services or call 313-845-9617 using TDD if you need assistance.

Online classes: how to login, how to use the online format

We are here to help you use the online class format.

Login to your online class at my.hfcc.edu, and select HFC Online Classes (Moodle) at the top.

An online tutorial website is available here. Select the blue "Enroll Me" button at the bottom to get started.

Tutorial documents with screen shots:
How do I get to my online classes? (PDF)
How do I get to my online classes? (Word)

Still need more help?

Reach out to our Instructional Technology team or Help Desk. Contact information and hours are at the top of this page.

If you have a bill due to HFC and need a payment extension

We understand that many students are struggling with finances during the pandemic. If you have experienced an interruption to your income, or you have extenuating circumstances that make it hard to pay your HFC bills, please reach out to cashier@hfcc.edu or call 313-845-9641 and let us know your circumstances.

We will evaluate your needs and work with you individually.

If you need food assistance

We have been distributing food through the Hawks’ Nest during the coronavirus pandemic, but it is increasingly difficult for us to do so. To support health and safety, the Michigan and Wayne County governments have asked us to reduce the number of people on campus to an absolute minimum. Keeping the Hawks’ Nest open requires having people on campus.

For these reasons, we strongly recommend that students with food insecurity consider local food-bank options that are capable of serving larger numbers of people than we can currently accommodate at HFC.

Gleaners Community Food Bank offers services designed to address food insecurity. Please reach out to them today.

The HFC Hawks' Nest will return to its full set of services when we are able to return to campus and restock our shelves.

If you do not have a computer or Internet access at home

Summary:

There are various options available to assist students who do not have sufficient computer or internet access at home for online coursework.


Details:

For students who will begin taking online classes beginning March 23, we strongly recommend that you use a computer or tablet for your coursework, rather than relying entirely on your smart phone. You will find the online interface friendlier and more appealing if you use a larger screen and a keyboard.

Some of the options available to you:

  1. Free internet and related services are available from commercial providers for some households. Comcast and Charter Communications have announced that they are providing free wifi internet access and related services to specific audiences. (Note: This is a third-party service and is neither funded nor supported by HFC. If you choose this option, you will need to reach out to them and access these services on your own.)

  2. Resource sharing may be an option. You might wish to reach out to classmates, friends, or relatives who could share laptops, tablets, or other computer resources with you for the next two months. If you choose this option, please follow the CDC guidelines for safety (e.g. cleaning the surfaces, hand washing, and social distance practices).

  3. Contact us if you still do not have any viable options available for computer or internet access to participate in your online classes. We will do our best to work with you on alternatives. Email Vice President of Student Affairs Daniel Herbst or call 313-845-9610.

We are here to help you. Contact our Help Desk or Instructional Technology office (information and hours at the top of this website) if you need individual support in getting connected and using the online course interface. You may also contact the Learning Lab for one-on-one online assistance.

If you do not wish to finish the Winter 2020 semester now

If you do not feel that you can complete your Winter 2020 classes in online format, let us know what we can do to support you.

If there is anything we can do to help you succeed, we will try to help. If you have technical barriers or learning concerns, contact us. All of our teams in the Student Services section above are here to help. If you don't know who to contact, reach out to any of us.

After careful consideration, if you still do not wish to continue in your Winter 2020 classes, you have the following options:

  1. If you have completed 50% of your class with a passing grade, you may request an Incomplete (I) grade from your instructor. The Incomplete grade will allow you to complete your coursework at a later date. You will need to complete your class by the end of the Fall 2020 semester (December 2020). Work with your course instructor if you wish to request an Incomplete grade.

  2. You may choose to drop your class. If you do this before you have completed 60% of the semester coursework and you have financial aid, you may face financial aid implications, including the possibility of having to repay all or part of your financial aid for the semester. Please contact the Financial Aid office before you drop classes, so you will have information about your specific circumstances.


Academics and Academic Support:


Which classes are online, and which classes are postponed?

Most HFC classes were moved to an online format beginning March 23.

Some classes cannot be delivered online and have been postponed until further notice.

If your class is NOT on the list below, your class is now underway in an online format.

Your instructor(s) will be in regular communication with you. Check your Hawkmail every day, or more often.

ALL of the following classes are postponed until further notice. ONLY THESE CLASSES are postponed:

AH-192
ART-141
ART-142
ART-2953
AUTO-101
AUTO-105
AUTO-110
AUTO-120
AUTO-131
AUTO-140
AUTO-145
AUTO-150
AUTO-160
AUTO-215
AUTO-225
AUTO-227
AUTO-231
AUTO-293
AUTO-294
BIO-261
BLDA-100
BLDA-110
BLDA-120
BLDA-130
BLDA-140
BLDA-150
BLDA-230
BLDA-240
BLDA-270
BLDA-280
CEART-8010
CHEM-243
CHEM-244
CIMEL-102
CIMEL-104
CIMEL-105
CIMEL-110
CIMEL-111
CIMHP-112
CIMMT-102
CIMMT-104
CIMMT-105
CIMPR-100
CIMPR-101
CIMTA-106
CIMTA-109
CIMWD-100
CIMWD-101
CIMWD-102
CIMWD-110
CIMWD-111
CIMWD-112
CIMWD-112
CIMWD-120
CIMWD-121
CIMWD-122
CIMWD-123
CIMWD-130
CIMWD-131
CIMWD-140
CIMWD-141
CIMWD-142
CIMWD-210
CIMWD-211
CIMWD-212
CIMWD-220
CIMWD-221
CIMWD-222
CIMWD-230
CIMWD-231
CIMWD-240
CIMWD-241
CIMWD-250
CIMWD-251
CIMWD-260
CIMWD-261
CIMWD-262

CIS-244
CIS-295
DRAF-110
DRAF-120
DRAF-123
DRAF-130
DRAF-133
DRAF-134
DRAF-142
DRAF-230
DRAF-240
DRAF-260
DRAF-298
ELEC-103
ELEC-106
ELEC-115
ELEC-120
ELEC-145
ELEC-195
ELEC-200
ELEC-245
ELEC-260
ELEC-270
EMS-107
EMS-109
EMS-216
EMS-292
ENT-100
ENT-101
ENT-103
ENT-104
ENT-105
ENT-106
ENT-108
ENT-109
ENT-113
ENT-119
ENT-124
ENT-125
ENT-219
ENT-260
ENT-269
HOSP-103
HOSP-105
HOSP-145
HOSP-215
HOSP-224
HOSP-226
HOSP-235
HOSP-245
HOSP-251
HOSP-255
HOSP-331
HOSP-340
HOSP-341
HPE-142
HPE-192
INTR-251
MOA-101
MOA-152
MTT-100
MTT-110
MTT-130
MTT-140
MTT-145
MTT-160
MTT-170
MTWD-147
MTWD-ANTH-131
MTWD-BCA-100
MTWD-CRJ-131
MUS-113
MUS-114
MUS-115
MUS-116
MUS-117
MUS-118
MUS-126
MUS-127
MUS-157
MUS-213
MUS-214
MUS-216

OPT-160
OPT-293
PLMB-101
PLMB-115
PLMB-250
PTA-122
PTA-144
PTA-295
PHT-119
RAD-158
RAD-190
RAD-290
REEN-110
REEN-160
REEN-161
RTH-170
RTH-195
RTH-294
SRG-140
SRG-290
TADV-100
TADV-283
TAEL-103
TAEL-105
TAEL-106
TAEL-145
TAEL-200
TAEL-235
TAEL-245
TAEL-260
TAEL-265
TAEL-273
TAEL-275
TAEL-276
TAEL-277
TAEL-280
TAEL-290
TAFD-117
TAFD-120
TAFD-125
TAFD-130
TAFD-150
TAFP-150
TAFP-160
TAGD-110
TAGD-120
TAGD-130
TAGD-140
TAGD-150
TAGD-155
TAGD-160
TAGD-165
TAGD-171
TAGD-172
TAGD-280
TAMA-110
TAMA-120
TAMA-130
TAMA-200
TAMT-110
TAMT-115
TAMT-123
TAMT-126
TAMT-200
TAMT-210
TAMT-220
TAMT-260
TAPT-100
TAPT-120
TASM-100
THEA-1901
THEA-1902
WFPD-162

Participating in online classes for the first time

If you have never taken an online class, we encourage you to make your best effort, with the help of your instructor and our support teams, to remain enrolled. Please work hard at this for a minimum of three weeks before deciding to drop any classes. By this time, it is likely you will be comfortable enough in the online environment to successfully complete the semester.

If you decide after three weeks that you cannot continue, please refer to the section below on "What to do if you do not wish to complete the Winter 2020 semester now."

The online academic experience

Although a move to online learning will be new for some of you, your amount of coursework will not change. To support your success as we transition to alternative methods of instruction, please follow these guidelines:

Good habits for remote learning

  • Designate a regular study space
  • Practice good time management
  • Stay organized and up to date
  • Eliminate distractions during study time
  • Actively participate in your online classes
  • Hold yourself accountable
  • Maintain good sleep habits
  • Ask for help when you need it

Throughout these changes in our course delivery, academic and other support services remain in place to support students. Direct your questions to your instructor, academic advisors, or another of the HFC resources on this website.

Online classes at HFC are full-credit classes (we are not the same as K-12)

The classes Henry Ford College is moving to an online format this semester WILL receive full credit, as long as you complete each class with a passing grade.

Some of our students have heard that online classes will not receive full credit. This confusion is because K-12 schools offering online classes are in a different situation from higher education, including Henry Ford College. HFC online classes are continuing as full-credit courses.

What is different about K-12 online education and Henry Ford College online education?

The state mandates that schoolchildren have to attend school a certain number of days each year. Now that K-12 schools are closed, those children will not have equal access to online learning at home. For that reason, K-12 school districts cannot count this at-home instruction as actual school time, even if some children are doing their school work at home.

Things are changing rapidly, and the state government is working on a plan to help K-12 school children whose school time has been interrupted due to COVID-19.

If you complete your Henry Ford College online classes with a passing grade this semester, you will receive full credit. This credit will appear on your transcripts, and the credit will be transferrable to 4-year universities in the future.

Clinical programs: student and faculty information

Summary:

In-person clinical education is postponed.


Details:

Our clinical partners are discontinuing clinical placements until further notice.

Some nursing courses will continue online with virtual simulations.

Please check the "Which classes are online?" section above for a list of all postponed classes.

Your faculty members will reach out to you with further information about your classes.

If you have questions about clinical instruction:

Nursing students: Please contact Health and Human Services Dean Susan Shunkwiler or Program Director and Faculty Chair Trina Moore.

For other programs, contact Health and Human Services Associate Dean Debbie Szymanski or your program director.

Assessments (testing) and final exams for Winter semester

All Winter 2020 classes that remain in session are now online, so most tests and assessments for your classes will be offered online. Our on-campus labs are closed, so we are not able to offer on-campus tests.

You will receive details about all class tests and assessments, including your final exams, from your class instructors.

Dual enrollment students (high school and college together)

Students in the HFC Collegiate Academy, and all students who are dual enrolled and currently taking HFC college-level courses, will follow the Henry Ford College processes for their classes.

Your classes will either be online or postponed. Most classes will be moved online. Refer to the "Which classes are online?" section above to find out whether your classes have been moved online. These classes will resume March 23.

You will receive a message from your instructor(s) by Friday, March 20, regarding your online classes.


Summer and Fall 2020 Semesters:


Spring / summer class schedule and registration

Spring/Summer schedules summary:

We will combine spring and summer into a single semester.


Details:

We anticipate that we will be able to resume our regular course formats in summer 2020. If we have to change this plan, we will notify you as soon as possible.

Due to coronavirus impacts, we will combine Spring and Summer 2020 classes into a single Summer 2020 semester. This semester will begin approximately June 9 and end approximately August 17. Some classes will run 8 weeks; others will run 10 weeks.

The complexity of combining spring and summer schedules will require a few weeks of additional work by our Academic Affairs and Student Affairs teams. Therefore, the class registration date has been moved back from its original date.

We expect to begin Summer class registration Tuesday, April 14. Watch your Hawkmail for details.

Fall semester class schedule and registration

We expect to be on our normal schedule and class delivery methods during the summer and into the fall.

Fall registration will begin on Monday, March 30, and will be conducted according to our normal registration procedures:

Priority registration will begin on March 30 for students who have completed 45 or more hours, or who meet specified criteria. This website provides details about Priority Registration and will tell you the date when you are eligible to register for Fall classes.

Open registration for all students will begin Thursday, April 2. Any admitted student will be able to register for Fall classes on or after this date.

New students: enrolling for summer and fall semesters

Summary:

We are open, and we welcome you to apply to Henry Ford College for all upcoming semesters!


Details:

We fully anticipate that we will return to normal operations and regular class delivery by the time we reach summer semester.

We welcome applications now for summer and fall terms

Our student services offices are open. We are currently providing services online or by phone. We are here to help you.

Placement Testing

Review the following information for different placement testing needs.

If you have questions not answered here, please contact assessment@hfcc.edu for assistance.

Chemistry Placement

For the Fall 2020 registration period, the Chemistry placement test score has been waived for CHEM 141. As long as students meet all other course requirements they may register for CHEM 141 without taking the Chemistry Placement test. A pre-test will be given at the beginning of each CHEM 141 class and instructors will move students who do not pass the test into CHEM 111 or the appropriate class. If we are still closed when Summer registration begins, we will extend this for summer as well.

Math Placement

Additional ACT and SAT scores have been added for placement into courses that typically require Accuplacer scores.

Summary: Placement changes effective March 20, 2020, and until students can be tested on campus:

  1. Students will be placed based on the following chart:
Classes MATH SAT Score (March 2016 or later) MATH ACT Score
MATH-074 200-430 < 16
MATH-080 440-490 16-19
MATH-110 500-530 20-21
MATH-115 540-620 22-26
MATH-175 630-690 27-31
MATH-180 700-800 > 31
  1. If you do not have an SAT/ACT score as listed above, you may be placed into MATH-110, MATH-080, or MATH-074 based on your high school GPA.

    Completed high school in the last two years and have a high-school GPA 3.2 or higher: place into MATH-110
    Completed high-school in the last four years and have a high-school GPA 2.8 or higher: place into MATH-080
    Others place into MATH-074

  2. Dual-Enrollment / Early College / Collegiate Academy-Placement Into MATH 115 or 165 (Handled by Waiver)

    Based on high-school teacher, principal, or counselor recommendation, a student may be placed up to MATH-115 or MATH-165. A student wishing to take a higher class will be offered a proctored virtual exam as needed. (This only applies if a student cannot be placed based on the above criteria.)

English Placement for Early College / Collegiate Academy and Dual Enroll / Advancement Plus

For students who are in Early College, Collegiate Academy, and Dual Enrolled or Advancement Plus, you may also use ACT or SAT scores if you have completed one of the standardized tests. That is the preferred placement method. If you do not have ACT / SAT scores, you may temporarily use your high school GPA as a means for course placement.

ESL Placement

We will be offering the ESL test, CaMLA, via a remote option. Students who need to take the ESL test should use their HawkMail to e-mail assessment@hfcc.edu for more details.

Accuplacer Reading Test – for Health Career programs with a reading test score requirement

Health Careers has decided to put the Accuplacer reading test requirement on hold. Students should continue working on other requirements until testing is available again. You may continue to apply for programs. We recommend you apply early. Once we reopen our campuses, if multiple students take the Reading test on the same day and are qualified based on that test, Health Careers will use each student’s application date as the tiebreaker.


Resources for specific groups:


Financial aid information for Winter 2020 Semester

Summary:

As always, financial aid eligibility is based on a variety of factors, including GPA and completion rate.


Details:

Due to the effects of the coronavirus on college and university operations nationwide, the Federal government is working to help students retain access to their financial aid, as long as you meet required guidelines. As with many aspects of this crisis, the Department of Education is frequently updating and modifying otherwise standard requirements.

The details below are based on information as of March 18, 2020, relating to federal financial aid regulations.

  1. If you successfully complete all of your Winter 2020 classes: Academic progress will be reviewed after grades are posted at the end of the Winter 2020 semester. As long as you have an overall GPA of 2.0 and a 66.67% completion rate (e.g. you have completed at least two-thirds of your classes), you will be eligible to apply for financial aid for Spring/Summer 2020 and Fall 2020.
  2. If your classes are canceled or postponed (not changed to online format, but actually canceled or postponed): Canceled and postponed classes will not count negatively in any way toward your GPA or your completion rate. Only the classes in which you are enrolled will be considered.
  3. If you request or are given an Incomplete “I” as a final grade: Credits for classes with and “I” grade will not count as a successful completion of the class. It is possible this could negatively impact your future financial aid. Please contact the Office of Financial Aid with questions regarding your specific situation.
  4. If you withdraw from all of your classes this semester: If you withdraw from all of your Winter 2020 classes, your financial aid may be affected. This could mean you would be required to repay all or a portion of the funds you have received this semester AND it may mean you will be on Financial Aid Suspension for future financial aid. Please talk to our Financial Aid office before you consider withdrawing from any classes.
  5. If you are currently on a Financial Aid Suspension Appeal: At this time, the financial aid suspension appeal requires that you successfully complete all of the classes in which you enroll for Winter 2020 to be eligible for future financial aid. If this changes, we will notify you.

If you have questions or concerns about your financial aid, contact our Financial Aid office or call 313-845-9825.

Further information for students

Please review the information on this website thoroughly. We have designed it to respond in detail to all the major issues relating to our change in operations.

Check your Hawkmail daily or more often. Your instructors and the College will need to share important information with you during the rest of the Winter 2020 semester.

If you have specific questions that have not been answered on this website:

Academics:
Please reach out to your instructor first. If they are unable to help, please contact your School dean's office.

Student Support Services:
Please review the "Student Services" section near the top of this page. Feel free to contact our Call Center (contact information at the top of this page) for additional questions.

Personal Support:
This is a stressful time for many. Our Counseling Office is here to provide support if you need someone to talk to. They can also refer you to outside resources as needed.

The Hawks' Nest will provide services by appointment only, beginning March 23. We plan to remain open through the rest of the semester for students who need us. Please call 313-317-1756 or email mlearl1@hfcc.edu.

SAFE@HFC supports a welcoming and safe campus experience for LGBTQ+ students and other community members. We are here for you. If you need support, contact Beth Preston, empreston@hfcc.edu or 313-317-1530.

If you have needs not addressed here, please contact our Call Center for help. Information is at the top of this page.

Support for faculty teaching online

Please see the attached file to complete these Moodle tasks: How do I create a Practice Quiz?
How do I enter a zero for incomplete work?
How do I extend the time limit and due date for a quiz?
How do I extend the time limit and due date for an assignment?
How do I remove a quiz submission to allow students to retake the quiz?
A copy of the attached file is in the eLearning - Academic Services HFC Online / Moodle training course. (https://online.hfcc.edu/course/view.php?id=32549)

HFC Online / Moodle Training

This course provides step-by-guides and how-to videos for content creation in Moodle. Please reach out to eLearning for one-on-one phone and email training/support.

Student Online Moodle Tutorial Videos and Resources

Please direct your students to review the Moodle videos and resources in the HFC Online / Moodle course. (https://online.hfcc.edu/course/view.php?id=32567)

Technical Support and Course Development Assitance (faculty and student)

Please contact eLearning by submitting an HFC Online / Moodle Support Contact Form (https://www.hfcc.edu/online-learning/contact).

Please include the following information with your submission:
Your name
Your username
Your official HFC email address
Your phone number
Your course name
Details of the issues that you are experiencing

We can also be reached at moodlesupport@hfcc.edu.

Further information for staff and administrators

Summary:

We want to provide maximum flexibility for how we do our work, while reducing the number of people who need to be on campus.


Details:

Managers have been asked to work with their teams to determine which employees can work from home (work remotely). Those who work remotely will not need to use leave time during remote work hours.

Human Resources has provided specific guidelines (PDF) for supervisors and employees engaging in remote work situations.

For all teams, we ask you to follow social distancing procedures as much as possible in your conversations, meetings, and work. We want you to continue having your meetings and conversations with minimal disruption. Please use distance technology wherever possible for your meetings and shared work. Everyone has access to the Teams collaboration suite, which includes your email, shared documents, built-in videoconferencing and chat, and many other tools for distance collaboration. The IT department has documentation and training available for those who need it.

Please work with your supervisors and collective bargaining unit presidents to voice any concerns or accommodations that might help you feel more safe and more effective in serving students and the College.

Absence due to illness or COVID-19-related issues

Summary:

If you are sick, please stay home, rest, and get well.


Students

Students taking online classes: If you are sick and cannot participate in your coursework, notify your instructor as early as possible, before assignments are due or class periods are scheduled.

If you exceed the maximum number of absences allowed for your course or program, we will work with you to address these issues individually. We will not penalize you for being sick.

Tips on how to avoid getting sick are on our coronavirus website.

Students who need special accommodations should reach out to the Vice President for Student Affairs Daniel Herbst at 313.845.9610 or email pflogaus@hfcc.edu.


Employees

The same principles apply: Notify your supervisor if you are sick. If you are a designated "essential employee," do not come to work if you are sick. Managers: If one of your designated employees comes to work sick, please send them home.

Effective March 17, the College offered 80 hours of emergency COVID-19-related leave time for full-time, benefits-eligible employees. Part-time employees will receive 40 hours of emergency leave time.

This emergency leave time is to give you paid time to attend to the following issues that are caused by the COVID-19 virus (coronavirus):

  1. Your own illness (symptoms or confirmed COVID-19),
  2. Caring for a family member’s illness,
  3. Caring for children who are not able to attend P-12 schools or childcare facilities,
  4. Your individual increased vulnerability to the virus,
  5. The increased vulnerability of a family member who you are in regular contact with.

Specific guidelines on using and documenting this emergency leave time are here (PDF)

The Emergency Leave Time form is here. This form is required in order to use Emergency Leave Time.

For all employees receiving benefits: If you exceed the number of emergency leave hours and you still need to address COVID-19-related issues, you will need to use sick time, personal business time, and vacation time to cover additional leave time with pay. If you are ill with a non-COVID-19-related illness, please use your leave banks.

If you exceed the number of hours in all your leave banks, you will be permitted to use unpaid days, and there will be no penalty for doing so.

For SSA employees: A Letter of Agreement was signed on March 12 that addresses the Absence Program in your current contract. There will be no penalties for using the full extent of your sick time.


Activities and Events:


Commencement (graduation) 2020

Summary:

The May ceremonies are canceled. You will still graduate, as long as you meet the requirements. We are considering ways to celebrate your accomplishments.


Details:

Unfortunately, state and national guidelines, along with the changes in our class schedule, have led us to cancel our 2020 spring graduation ceremony, originally scheduled for May 9.

Graduates will be notified when we have a new date and further details about options for celebrating the milestone of your graduation. We are considering a variety of options.

Even though the May 9 Commencement ceremonies are canceled, you will still graduate on time, if you complete your coursework satisfactorily this semester. You will receive your diploma, and your transcripts will reflect that you have fulfilled all requirements for graduation.

Questions? Registrar@hfcc.edu

HFC Hawks athletics

Summary:

All sports are canceled for the rest of the season.


Details:

On March 17, the Michigan Community College Athletic Association and the National Junior College Athletic Association suspended all contests for the rest of the spring season.

This means our spring sports -- baseball, softball, and golf -- will not compete or practice this season. Athletes will not lose a year of eligibility, and will be able to return for MCCAA or NJCAA competition next year, assuming they meet all other eligibility standards.

As part of our health precautions, no Hawks teams or athletes will be permitted to use HFC athletics facilities for the remainder of the Winter 2020 semester. We will notify you when the facilities re-open for use.

Travel information and self-quarantine (travel to Level 3 countries)

Travel information for employees

HFC has restricted work-related travel for employees. Business travel by air is prohibited for the rest of the Winter 2020 semester. Local travel is at your discretion.

Self-quarantine measures for Level 3 countries

Please review the travel precautions outlined on the CDC website.

The precautions direct people to stay home for 14 days from the time you left an area with widespread, ongoing community spread (Level 3 Travel Health Notice countries) and practice social distancing.

Level 3 countries currently include China, Iran, Italy, and South Korea.

If you have traveled to another part of the world, or have recently spent time in a closed environment containing large numbers of people in confined spaces (such as a cruise ship), please consider self-quarantine measures also.

If you choose to self-quarantine, please notify your supervisor, and provide dates and details of the circumstances leading to your self-quarantine.

The information on this website is being regularly updated. If you see errors or have questions about the website or its content, contact communications@hfcc.edu.