Signaling via the Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Gonadal (HPG) axis regulates fertility in both men and women. Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), secreted from the anterior pituitary, binds to a G protein coupled receptor (GPCR) on ovarian granulosa cells. The activation of this receptor triggers a cellular signaling pathway that leads to the promotion of follicle development and estrogen secretion. Our lab has previously demonstrated that the human FSH receptor (hFSHR) shows an affinity for residing in lipid rafts of HEK293 cells which may play a pivotal role in its signaling. Lipid rafts are membrane microdomains enriched in cholesterol and sphingolipids, with higher stiffnesses than bulk membrane domains. To characterize lipid rafts on the human granulosa cell line hGrC1 we used atomic force microscopy. Atomic force microscopy is a technique used to produce nanoscale resolution topographical images. It can also be used for determining mechanical characteristics, such as stiffness and strain. Here, using contact and force-volume mode atomic force microscopy, we successfully generated topographical maps of hGrC1s and recorded membrane stiffness measurements. Areas of the granulosa cell membrane showed variable stiffness on a scale of 58.998 nm / pixel, providing the first direct evidence of lipid rafts in human granulosa cell membranes. Demonstration of lipid rafts contributes to the implications of the role of lipid rafts hFSH signalling. By understanding membrane dynamics on granulosa cells we hope to gain insight into how to manipulate hFSHR function.