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St. Clair College

Campuses

4

Enrolment

  • 8690

    Full-time
  • 1000

    Part-time
  • 750

    International
  • 618

    Apprentice
  • 166

    Indigenous

Start HERE go anywhere. This is essence of what an education at St. Clair College is all about. It’s the place to start your journey in pursuit of your career and lifelong learning. It’s where you will learn new things, expand your mind, create lasting friendships, experience college life, and most importantly get the skills and knowledge you need to start your career.

St. Clair College embraces the very best in a college education – excellence in teaching, applied learning in our state-of-the-art labs, numerous student support services to help you succeed, and an amazing campus life experience.

All of this and more is available for 8,500 full time students who participate in over 100 advanced diplomas, diplomas, degrees and graduate certificates focused in Health, Technology and Trades, Business and I.T., Media Arts and Design and the Social Services.

As evidenced by the Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s), student satisfaction, graduate and employer satisfaction with the College’s teaching and learning processes above the provincial average making St. Clair the student’s choice when it comes to postsecondary education in this region.

Fast Facts

  • Check out Career Coach on the College’s home page. You can search what careers are trending, take a careers assessment and develop a great resume.
  • Learning happens in the classroom and in the community. Check out our news feed on the college web site for things that happen on campus “From the Heart”.
  • The College offers varsity athletes $1,250 per sport semester in scholarships if they participate in OCAA Varsity Athletics.
  • Over 8,600 students at St. Clair College engage daily with faculty to enrich their learning experience. Work placements, inter-program projects and more provide enriched learning experiences.
  • The new Genesis Entrepreneurship & Innovation Centre at our Windsor campus is the perfect place for students to explore their ideas for new business start ups.

Our programs include:

  • Health Sciences
  • Technology and Trades
  • Media Arts
  • Community Services
  • Business

This is how we...

Contribute to our Community

Students and staff come together to fundraise and support a wide variety of organizations in the community. Construction Engineering Technology students build homes with Habitat for Humanity. Fashion Design students make clothes for people in homeless shelters. Esthetician students raise money to buy toys and food for underprivileged children in the community. Electrical Engineering Technology students bring light to dog walking parks and more. Students in our Community Studies programs volunteer at support group homes. Accounting students do tax returns for seniors. It’s impossible to put a dollar figure on the fundraising and volunteer hours invested, as the College works side by side with community partners. We can, however, measure the incredible personal satisfaction and learning opportunities that come with each and every experience our students and staff have when they get involved. It’s priceless!

Foster Student Success

Students share their stories for college TV commercials Mary Bastien and Christine Desjardins are typical students. They are passionate about what they want to do in life, very self driven, and have carved out a path for themselves by starting with an education at St. Clair College. We caught up with them in March 2015, and asked them if they would be part of our TV advertising campaign. They agreed! Here is their story, and watch for them on the CTV Network!

St. Clair Grad Named in Marketing Magazine’s Top 30 Under 30 Across Canada A St. Clair grad has been named by Canadian magazine, Marketing, as one of this year’s Top 30 Under 30 advertising professionals across the country. Celia Gibb, 28, graduated from St. Clair’s Advertising & Marketing Communications Management program in 2010 and is thrilled about Marketing magazine’s honour. “It’s very surreal to be part of Marketing’s 30 Under 30,” says Gibb. She explains that every year, Marketing magazine pores through hundreds of nominations to narrow the list down to 30 individuals under 30 years whose resumés “read like those of seasoned vets.” “To be honest, I am touched that someone even thought to nominate me, let alone to actually place in the final list,” says Gibb, who is currently a Supervisor for Communications Strategies for m2 Canada. Read more.

Earns Degree in Less Than a Year When Allaa Mokdad graduated from St. Clair’s Architectural Technology program last year, her diploma fast-tracked her into senior year at one of the top architecture universities in the U.S. From St. Clair, she crossed the border and enrolled at Lawrence Technological University. St. Clair has had a significant transfer agreement relationship with the university for many years. Located in Detroit, LTU is one of the best schools for engineering, architecture, science, and applied technology in the U. To update this story, Allaa landed a prestigious position with the Albert Kahn Architectural firm in Detroit Michigan. Read more.

Partner with Business and Community

Industry

St. Clair College is proud to have a number of industry partners in the community. In June 2015, business, industry and educators came together to form the Industry/Education Taskforce to discuss ways to solve the “skills mismatch” issues that face local employers. St. Clair College’s President, Patti France, along with the local School Board leaders and representative from business and industry are playing an active role in this taskforce.

Community

The College has numerous community partners who support the College with clinical placements, field placements and work placements. Health care institutions, community service agencies, business and industry are all partners who support the College. Two notable partners located on campus are the Schlegel Village of St. Clair, a long-term care facility that provides opportunities for students in our health care programs, and Huron Lodge, a City of Windsor run long term care facility that also provides opportunities for clinical and field placements for our students.

Date modified: 2016-10-27