The Ontario government’s announcement today of $25 million in emergency funding for post-secondary education is a major investment in student success as the province continues to tackle the COVID-19 outbreak.
St. Clair College varsity athletes have been recognized by the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association for their academic achievements.
Fourty-seven of the College's student athletes have won the OCAA All-Academic Award for the Fall 2019 semester.
Windsor, Ontario - St. Clair College will be delivering equipment from its Health Sciences programs to local hospitals as the healthcare institutions prepare for the possibility of an increase in patients requiring treatment for COVID-19.
In accordance with the Ontario Public Salary Disclosure Act, 1996, St. Clair College provides our 2019 calendar year list of all employees who have earned in excess of $100,000 in salary and taxable benefits.
As part of the increased levels of containment protocols initiated by the Canadian Government regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, St. Clair College has decided to cancel all placements and clinicals, effective immediately until further notice.
The College will be working with its placement partners and the regulatory bodies to create a plan of completion.
Students who have been awarded a 2020 scholarship will receive their cheques in the mail.
The College mailed the cheques this week, after the planned scholarship awards presentation nights March 26 and March 30 were forced to be cancelled over concerns with COVID-19.
The cheques were mailed to addresses on file with the College.
“Let’s find a way to keep our students learning and our tutors earning.”
That was the motto adopted by St. Clair’s Retention Coordinators Irene Stewart and Marko Jovanovic when they were thinking of a way to maintain the College’s Tutoring Services in response to COVID-19.
“We wanted to find a way to keep tutoring going,” Stewart said.
With St. Clair College planning to start online classes March 23, we are pleased to hear Canadian Telecommunication companies will provide assistance to their customers in response to COVID-19.
Bell, Rogers and Telus are waiving extra usage fees for all residential Internet customers for a period of time.
The impact of COVID-19 continues to evolve rapidly.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford declared a State of Emergency due to the COVID-19 outbreak and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urged Canadians to practice social distancing, to work remotely and to stay home as much as possible.