Student Life

The Annual Potters Market

Shelf full of work by Paul Latour

For the past 43 years Detroit has held one of the nation’s largest ceramic-only craft fairs, the annual Potters Market.

Serving Those Who Served

Photograph of Army Veteran Ed Stokes and Marine Veteran Student Jeremiah Flores

Veterans represent a small but significant part of the student body on campus. Total veteran enrollment on Henry Ford campus is around three hundred students.

Quiet Reflection Room Moves to Eshleman Library

Muslim student sets up her prayer rug in the Quiet Reflection Room.

Henry Ford College took the initiative to address student concerns by upgrading the Quiet Reflection Room, an inclusive space of meditation, reflection and mindfulness on campus to one that better meets the needs of its students.

A More Prominent Presence of Independent Students

Infographic explaining demographics of independent students

Independent college students, often referred to as nontraditional, have become the new majority of the student body on campuses throughout the United States.

Busy Life of a Student Athlete

Photograph of Henry Ford College volleyball team

Student athletes run a very busy schedule each and every day. They must balance the sport they play, classes, schoolwork, and their social life all in one. Being a part of the Henry Ford College volleyball team I understand how hard this can be.

Henry Ford College Student Newspaper Editor Wins Journalist of the Year

Mirror News staff pictured at 2018 MCCPA conference at Central Michigan University.

April 7, 2018, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan — Henry Ford College student newspaper The Mirror News received 16 awards at the 2018 Michigan Community College Press Association conference held at Central Michigan University.

April - May 2018 Student Activities

Campus calendar with dates and events for April - May 2018

The ASL Club hosts “Silent Lunch”

Close up of hands using American Sign Language

March 20 was a big day for HFC’s American Sign Language Club. After two months of weekly meetings, the new student club hosted their first “Silent Lunch,” a fundraiser held in HFC’s student-run restaurant, “Fifty One-O-One.”

March - April 2018 Student Activities

Behind the Mask of a Goaltender

A hawk Ice skating goal tender wearing a mask and protecting the goal

I began ice skating at 2 and began playing ice hockey as soon as I could skate. I would always beg my mom and dad to let me sub in as goalie for one of my hockey games because I initially started out as a player.


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