The college organizes various cultural activities throughout the academic year. This includes both, national festivals and regional festivals. These activities give the students an appropriate platform to bring out and exhibit their talents. Most of the cultural activities are performed in groups thereby helping the students to develop a better understanding of the people around them. Interaction with other students belonging to different background helps in the development of better human understanding and cooperation. Not only this, but it also gives an opportunity to be a part of organizing team of the events. Student’s involvement in these activities improve their skills of leadership and management. Some create, while others listen to, watch, teach, or learn a cultural activity, art form, or expression.

The college celebrates Guru Purnima and Teacher’s Day with much reverence for the one who shows path to righteousness, duty and ethics. In the beginning of every academic year, there is an inter-class competition for theatre, literary, music, dance and fine arts events. The winners of these events form the college team which participates in the youth festival organized by Gujarat University. During the Navrati Festival the college organizes a (Garba) programme for the students of the college.

A week long cultural festival is organized every year in the end of December. There are various activities that are managed by the students. The cultural festival is a mixture of different activities aiming at multifaceted development of the students. There are some fun-filled events and some events sharpen the minds of the students, some teach the lessons of production and marketing and some make them aware of their social responsibility.

Towards the end of the academic year the college holds Annual Day to felicitate Academic and co-curricular achievements of students and the staff members. The college selects a student who is awarded the Student of the Year trophy, the selection is based on the overall academic and co-curricular excellence. The College bids Farewell to Final Year students in a programme organised specially for them. The out-going students carry the memories and move forward to fulfil their dreams. Not all the students join the business world, some of them choose to explore their artistic self and pursue careers in the world of creativity. Some noteworthy celebrities who learnt their first lesson of art and culture in HACC are Dyana Raval, Karishma Modi, Chirag Tripathi, Lopa Majmudar, Drusti Bhavsar, Krina Mistry, Mahrshi Raval, Prakruti Pandya, Ishita Dave etc.