St. Clair College made the list of Canada's Top 50 Research Colleges in 2020.
The annual ranking by Research Infosource Inc., is based on the amount of research grants colleges receive, along with contracts and contributions from third parties. St. Clair came in at number 50, making the list this year for the first time.
A St. Clair College alumnus has donated $1 million to a Canadian organization that helps cancer patients with money matters when they are too sick to work.
Second-year St. Clair marketing students raised over $8,000 for local charities during the pandemic, while third-year students partnered with the Downtown Windsor Business Improvement Association to help local start-ups with their marketing plans.
It’s down to the final 16. Earlier this month, the Downtown Windsor Business Improvement Association (DWBIA), in partnership with St. Clair College and the Windsor Star, launched the Battle of the Gingerbreads, a gingerbread house-making competition open to people of all ages.
The St. Clair Saints Fortnite team finished 15th overall in the $100k North American Collegiate esports playoffs over the weekend.
The team, headed by coach Nicolas Ciri, entered the playoffs as the 25th seed.
The president of St. Clair’s Interior Design Club, Kailey Kovacs, is starting a local fundraiser to support the Windsor Downtown Mission.
This Saturday, December 5, 2020 the Windsor Parade Corporation is pleased to invite you to the 52nd Annual Windsor Santa Claus Parade in a Drive Thru Reverse Parade Format. The Parade gets underway at 6pm at St. Clair College South Windsor Campus.
St. Clair College will receive $2.49 million from the province to address its deferred maintenance backlog, undertake critical repairs and upgrades and provide a modern and safe learning environment for students, faculty and staff.
The announcement was made Friday by Chatham-Kent-Leamington MPP Rick Nicholls at St. Clair’s Chatham campus.