Get Involved with SRC, TSI & SSAA | St. Clair College

Select the student association tab below to view a list of offerings for students in fall 2020.

Welcome to the voice of the students of St. Clair College! Please feel free to come and see us anytime, at our offices in the Student Centre at main campus and in the TD Student Success Centre in downtown Windsor. We want to make your experience at St. Clair College the best it can be. Let us know how we can help!

The St. Clair experience is about personal as well as academic growth, and the SRC provides a vast array of services and programs to make your time at college not only productive but enjoyable. All students are invited to get involved with the Student Representative Council - as volunteers, Class Reps and members. It's a great way to meet new people and have a hand in planning activities on campus.

Below are just an example of the services and programming efforts that are put forth by the St. Clair SRC Inc. Please ensure to subscribe to the @stclairsrc social media accounts to ensure you are up to date information.

New services and events are added daily!

Joining the SRC is just one of the many ways you can make the most of college life.

If you cannot find what you are looking for, please call 1-519-972-2716 or downtown 1-519-972-2727 Ext. 4823

Looking for something specific and do not see it, reach out to us and let us know.

The services mentioned below can be found by visiting our:


Academic

  • Grade Appeal Consultation and Support
  • Experiential Learning records development (Co-curricular record)
  • Academic Misconduct Consultation and Support
  • Access and Oversight of over 200+ computers in Open Computer Lab at South Campus and TD Student Success Centre at Downtown campus
  • Advisement of fee protocol regarding tuition fees

Safety


Career Development

Sample Program Schedule for Student Leads - Career Services: Fall Semester

Topic Date Time
Financial Literacy November 4 10:00 AM
Financial Literacy November 12 NOON
Financial Literacy November 17 10:00 AM
 
Workforce Windsor Essex October 20 9:00 AM
Workforce Windsor Essex December 3 10:00 AM
 
How can social media help you get a job? October 28 10:00 AM
 
Interview Tips and Tricks October 29 NOON
Interview Tips and Tricks November 25 NOON
 
Community Involvement November 26 NOON
 
Success after the classroom November 19 NOON
Success after the classroom December 8 NOON
 
Communication Style December 10 NOON

 Employment

  • Hire and employ students in the following food service locations: (temporarily on hold due to construction, possible January 2021 opening)

    • Griff’s
    • Griff’s Grab & Go
    • Tim Horton’s
    • Subway
  • Hire and employ students in the following office roles: (temporarily on hold due to construction, possible January 2021 opening)
    • Print & Copy Shop
    • Front Desk Support
    • Street Team
    • Video Crew
    • Club Liaison
    • Computer Lab Technicians

Wellness


Entertainment

  • Upcoming Virtual Events: https://ceon.ca/event/stclairsrc/schedule
  • Bi-Weekly Trivia nights with Mack Flash Trivia via YouTube
  • Weekly Therapy Dog sessions via Instagram
  • Monthly Cooking Videos featuring Griff’s Chef Shelby
  • Frequent Contests & Giveaways
  • Monthly Board-planned initiatives

Student Experience

  • Run Class Representative program to inform students of updates both academic and entertainment wise

  • Support and content creation via Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok, Twitter and Youtube
  • Articles and information delivery via Saint Scene blog
  • Oversee and facilitate structure and support for 30+ Clubs & Communities
  • Sponsorship and management of Saints eSports
  • Coordinate on-campus grad photo sessions

Community Engagement/Outreach

  1. Volunteer Fair

    • Date: Oct 14 and Oct 15
    • Time: All Day (live time Oct 14 11am - noon, Oct 15 3pm -4pm)
    • Purpose - To provide students with the opportunity to volunteer within the Windsor Essex community providing them with valuable “on the job” experience.
    • Pivoted to online for 2020
    • Will host another online volunteer fair in January 2021
  2. Community engagement
    • Actively share and promote community volunteer opportunities
    • Support community organizations with fulfilling open volunteer spots/campaigns

Data Collection and Analytics

  • Actively survey students to improve program offerings
  • Collect data analytics monthly on promotion of events/programs to improve the SRC student and community reach Sexual Violence Prevention Committee / Student Leaders

Sexual Violence Prevention Committee / Student Leaders

SVP Portfolio

Program Month Duration
Cootie catcher and hand out condoms any time of year 4 hrs
Give students facts on sexual violence, sexual assualt, STD's...hand out condoms any time of year 4 hrs
 
Human Trafficking Events: Collaboration event with the OPP October / November Webinar, the Police run an information program.
 
Collaborating with health science students for videos for students by students talking about protection, STIs, CONSENT
 

Give away of some books and paid show subscriptions:

Book Example: How to f*ck like a Goddess

Show subscription example: Quibi (Shan Boodram does a lot of shows on sexual education and empowerment)

Book option: She Said

November / December  
 
Social Media Takeovers with Samantha Bitty
 
Breaking down / Explaining Canadian Laws that relate to SVP Early in semester YouTube Video

Student Development Opportunities

  1. Student Volunteer Teams:

    • (on hold until back in person). Each team consists of anywhere between 10 - 60 student volunteers.
    • Safe Walk - 40+ student volunteers last year
    • Compass - New initiative
    • LINC (Leaders Inspiring Neighborhood Connections)
  2. Student Leadership Volunteer Positions:
    • Each student leadership position will provide students with outside of the classroom learning opportunities and experiences.
    • Each student leadership position will have a team of additional student volunteers assisting in implementing monthly initiatives/campaigns
    • Each position is responsible for implementing monthly student focused initiatives
    1. Student Sexual Violence Prevention Coordinator

      • The sexual violence prevention coordinator seeks to enhance the dialogue surrounding sexual violence and consent within the student body. The Coordinator will lead in the generation, implementation and execution of sexual violence and consent workshops, campaigns and education for the students of St Clair College. The Coordinator will implement monthly initiatives educating students on topics surrounding consent, healthy relationships, sexting and more. You may be a good fit for this role if you; are in health/social service related schooling, are comfortable talking about potentially uncomfortable topics including consent and sexual health, are upbeat and engaging.
    2. Student Career Services Coordinator
      • The Career Services Coordinator will enhance the student experience by assisting in the implementation and organization of career-focused workshops and career experiences needed for the working world. The Career Services Coordinator will engage community stakeholders to ensure facilitators are a good fit for the program. They will canvass the student body to ensure topics covered are timely and of importance to the students. The Coordinator will implement monthly initiatives that will enhance the soft and employable skills of students. The Coordinator will work closely with SRC staff to develop a tool box of career related helpful tips and tricks. You may be a good fit for this role if you; are in school for Business or HR, enjoy speaking with people about their goals and have a passion for helping other students.
    3. Student Safe Campus Coordinator
      • The Safe Campus Coordinator seeks to promote safe campus tips to the student body through the use of monthly initiatives and campaigns. The Coordinator will work to develop a tool box of “safety tips” for students that they can access via the SRC website. They will work with SRC staff to assist in promoting the Safe Walk program to students (when applicable) via social media and classroom presentations. You may be a good fit for this role if you; are in school for policing/fire services/paramedic, have a passion for safety, enjoy speaking with others and educating students.
    4. Student Charity Coordinator
      • The Charity Coordinator will work closely with the SRC President and staff to determine the priority charity events for the school year and implement large scale charity events for the SRC. The Coordinator will be responsible for working with multiple community organizations to execute on events and ensure student participation. They will actively promote student volunteer positions needed for events and work with SRC staff where applicable to execute on those events. You may be a good fit for this role if you; thrive keeping things organized, are able to prioritize tasks, have strong communication skills and enjoy speaking to large groups of people.
    5. Student Academic Integrity Coordinator(s) X 3
      • The Academic Integrity Coordinator will promote academic integrity on/off campus to increase the awareness of cheating and plagiarism within the classroom. The Coordinator will help educate the student body on the topics of cheating and plagiarism through monthly initiatives both online and in person (when applicable) including but not limited to international day of action. The Coordinator will liase with the Academic Integrity office on campus and the SRC President to ensure the information that they are providing to students is accurate and applicable. You may be a good fit for this role if you; understand and appreciate the importance of independent work, thrive relaying policies and procedures, are able to prioritize tasks and are able to keep information confidential.
    6. Student Health and Wellness Coordinator
      • The Health and Wellness Coordinator will plan and coordinate activities to assist in raising the awareness of health and wellness on and off campus for the student body. The Coordinator will organize student focused workshops in the area mental wellness focusing on prevention/intervention, suicide prevention and other Health and Wellness activities. The Coordinator will implement monthly initiatives broadening student awareness and knowledge on topics ranging from clean living, mental health and an active lifestyle. You may be a good fit for this role if you; enjoy an active lifestyle, have knowledge of community resources around mental wellness and are able to generate ideas.

ESports Varsity Athletics Program - www.stclairsaints.ca

  • Varsity Program: The St. Clair Saints Varsity Esports Program has 10 esports teams competing in leagues such as NACE, UCEA, Tespa, Collegiate Star League, and more. The Varsity Esports Program provides a competitive, friendly, gaming environment focusing on education and teamwork. Through the program, players hone their skills with the help of faculty, coaches, and staff.
  • Student Club: The St. Clair Esports Club is a student-run community for those seeking other like-minded individuals interested in a competitive, or casual gaming environment. On-campus and online events are hosted by the club throughout the year, and teams can also be formed for non-varsity players. The club can also provide additional industry experience for students enrolled in the Esports Academic Program.

Welcome to the voice of the students at St. Clair College- Chatham Campus! Please feel free to virtually meet us on our zoom office hours as well as on campus Monday - Friday.  We want to make your experience at St. Clair College the best it can be. Let us know how we can help!

The St. Clair experience is about personal as well as academic growth, and Thames Students Inc. provides a vast array of services and programs to make your time at the college not only productive but enjoyable. All students are invited to get involved with Thames Students Inc. - as volunteers, Class Reps and members. It's a great way to meet new people advocate for students and have a hand in planning activities on campus.

Below are just some examples of the services and programming efforts that are put forth by Thames Students Inc. Please to subscribe to the @thamesstudentsinc social media accounts to ensure you are up to date with all of our information.

New services and events are added daily

Joining TSI is just one of the many ways you can make the most of college life.

If you cannot find what you are looking for, please call us at 1-519-354-9100 ext 3235 or 3291

The services mentioned below can be found by visiting our:


Academic

  • Grade Appeal Consultation and Support
  • Academic Misconduct Consultation and Support
  • Advisement of fee protocol regarding tuition fees

Safety

  • Online safety programming
  • Sexual Violence Prevention Committee
  • Programming through the college nurse and public health  

Career Development

  • Resume and Interview workshops
  • Volunteer Fair to link students with community volunteer opportunities

Employment

  • Hire and employ students in the following food service locations: (temporarily on hold due to COVID possible January 2021 opening)

    • Bean & Barley
    • Carl’s Snack Bar
  • Hire and employ students in the following office roles: (temporarily on hold due to COVID, possible January 2021 opening)
    • Saint Squad
    • Intermural Referees
    • Social Media Coordinator (applications open until October 31, 2020)

Wellness


Entertainment

  • Frequent Contests & Giveaways   
  • Monthly Board-planned initiatives  
  • Online programming of events and concerts

Student Experience

  • Class Representative program to inform students of updates both academic and entertainment wise

  • Support and content creation via Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok, Twitter and Youtube
  • Oversee and facilitate structure and support for Clubs & Communities  
  • Coordinate on-campus grad photo sessions

Community Engagement/Outreach

  1. Community engagement

    • Actively share and promote community volunteer opportunities
    • Support community organizations with fulfilling open volunteer spots/campaigns
    • Working with agencies such as Public Health, Municipality of CK, CKPS, United Way, CKHA and many more to create a connection for our students within our community.

Data Collection and Analytics

  • Actively survey students to improve program offerings
  • Collect data analytics monthly on promotion of events/programs to improve the TSI student and community reach

Student Development Opportunities

  1. Student Volunteer Teams: (on hold until back in person).

    • Christmas Parade Committee
    • Athletics volunteers

Athletics Program - www.stclairsaints.ca

  • HealthPlex renewal - We are committed to maintaining and replacing equipment at our Health plex. We work with students and healthplex staff to ensure equipment is current and safe.  
  • Ice Hockey/Open Skates: We have worked with the municipality to facilitate on campus ice times for students and alumni. Ice times will resume this year in November until March 2021. Check our website for more details.

Food Service - Bean & Barley

  • Order online and have your food delivered in the Chatham-Kent area. Check out the online ordering platform for chef Ryan’s delicious menu offerings and specials. www.stlcair-tsi.ca

Welcome to the voice of the students of St. Clair College! The St. Clair experience is about personal as well as academic growth, and the Saints Student Athletic Association provides a vast array of activities to make your time at College not only productive but enjoyable. All students are invited to get involved with the Saints Student Athletic Association as volunteers and as members. It's a great way to meet new people and have a hand in planning activities on campus. We want to make your experience at St. Clair College the best it can be. Let us know how we can help!

Below are some examples of the services and programming efforts offered to you by the SSAA.

New services and events are added all the time!

Joining the SSAA is just one of the many ways you can make the most of college life.

If you cannot find what you are looking for, please call 519-972-2727 X4527.

Looking for something specific and do not see it, reach out to us and let us know.

Check us out at:


Employment

  • We hire and employ students at:

    • Varsity functions
    • Sportsplex Snack Bar
    • Fitness Centre
    • Woodland Hills Golf Course
    • (All except Woodland Hills are temporarily on hold due to the current COVID-19 situation)

Student Experience

Woodland Hills Golf Course

  • Free rounds of golf for students anytime between 8am and 6pm Monday through Sunday.
  • Course is open until October 31st
  • Located right off the 401 at Belle River Rd.
  • 1919 County Rd 27, South Woodslee ON N0R 1V0
  • Zekelman Tennis Centre
  • Coming this Fall!
  • Free play for all full-time students at St. Clair College
  • Watch for grand opening information and news on how to book court time
  • www.saintstennis.ca

Saints fit

  • Weekly postings on our website (saintsathletics.ca), on twitter (@stclairsaints1), Facebook (@stclaircollegesaints), Instagram (stclairsaintsathletics) or checkout Saints Fit on YouTube.
  • Fun and healthy videos & tips to keep your mind and body healthy during the semester
  • "Ask the Experts" series coming soon!

St. Clair Fratmen Football

  • Did you know that at St. Clair you can earn a scholarship while playing on the football team?
  • The SSAA announced the purchase of the Fratmen Football franchise in February 2020.
  • The Fratmen play in the Ontario Football Conference which is part of the Canadian Junior Football League.
  • Rostered players who are enrolled full-time at St. Clair College can earn a $1250 scholarship!

Events

Halloween Turf Challenge

  • Saturday, October 31st from 12:00pm to 4:00pm.
  • Hosted at our new Sportspark (South Campus)
  • Football field goal kicking and a soccer skills challenge
  • Two $300 scholarships and one $100.00 scholarship will be awarded

Saints Trivia

  • November 7th through 17th
  • Online challenge, follow on Instagram @stclairsaintsathletics
  • Answer daily trivia questions
  • Get them all right and win your chance at a $500.00 scholarship!

Serve & Shoot for Scholarship

  • Saturday, November 14th
  • Hosted in the Classic Gym at main campus
  • All participants receive a Saints t-shirt
  • A $300 scholarship will be awarded to each of the winners of the shoot for scholarship basketball challenge and the volleyball serving challenge

Get involved in your community...all students welcome to participate!