The Windsor AKO Fratmen have a new home and new owners.
St. Clair College’s Student Athletic Association has purchased the Fratmen football organization, a partnership described at a press conference Friday as “the first of its kind in Ontario.”
There were snappy campaign slogans like Catch a Wave with WAC and Instagram posts that invited guests to use the hashtag #WACFromWayBack.
By Bird Bouchard
While most interior design students focus on beautification inside homes, St. Clair College students are focused on building affordable and beautiful communities.
The Ontario government's decision to give colleges the option to deliver stand-alone nursing degree programs will produce more qualified nurses to fill key shortages in many communities.
A jewelry designer who helped create the iconic True North ring, a Juno Award-winning comedian, an Interior Designer with an international clientele, the executive director of a child advocacy organization, a prolific community fundraiser who survived childhood cancer and a refugee from the Sudan who inspires young women to pursue their dreams are six of this year’s St.
More than 600 graduates showed up Jan. 29 at the WFCU Centre for St. Clair College's first winter convocation.
There were about 1,000 eligible graduates from Business, Community Studies, Engineering Technologies, Health Sciences, Media, Art and Design, Nursing, Skilled Trades and from the college's Toronto campus, ACE Acumen Academy.
Colleges were involved in a call with the Ministry of Health on January 28, 2020. It was communicated that the 2019 Novel Coronavirus is not a pandemic; it is an evolving International health issue that they continue to monitor. St. Clair College is working closely with local Public Health Agencies for direction on protocols required to address the coronavirus if action becomes necessary.
Ontario Minister of Labour, Training and Skills Development Tours Skilled Trades Regional Training Centre
Today, The Hon. Monte McNaughton Ontario's Minister of Labour, Training and Skills Development toured our St. Clair College Skilled Trades Regional Training Centre on St. Etienne Boulevard in East Windsor. This was the Minister's first visit to our centre.
A project that involved a three-way partnership between St. Clair College, Longterm Technology Services Inc., a technology-based company in London, and the mold making industry has resulted in a win for all three parties.
The project involved computer-aided design (CAD) models, which are used in the mold industry in order to design and visualize parts prior to manufacturing.