St. Clair College’s varsity schedule for the 2020 fall season has been suspended, following an announcement Monday by the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association in consultation with its member institutions.
The sports impacted by this decision include baseball, softball, soccer, golf and cross-country running.
St. Clair College will delay the start of its fall semester by two weeks, with classes commencing Monday, Sept. 21 and running for 13 weeks.
The move allows staff enough time to prepare for the possibility of a blended delivery system of both online and in-person classes and labs, according to Waseem Habash, Vice President, Academic.
A St. Clair College business graduate has been awarded the prestigious HSBC Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership Award in recognition of her work with Enactus, the global organization affiliated with college and university campuses throughout the world.
A Civil Engineering Technology student who returned to St. Clair for a second career has landed her dream job, working for one of the largest infrastructure projects in North America.
Allison Kidd, 47, works as a Field Engineer for Bridging North America, the consortium that is building the new Gordie Howe International Bridge.
A St. Clair College data analytics professor has been awarded one of 21 research grants by the newly formed WE-SPARK Health Institute, a collaboration of local health and education institutions to foster research projects.
St. Clair's mighty Griffin stands prominently at the centre of a new football logo created for the emerging St. Clair Fratmen team.
The football team officially unveiled the design Wednesday through social media and on the www.saintsathletics.ca website.
A “simple little device” to help with breathing awaits Health Canada approval, following a collaboration between Automation Solutions Provider, CenterLine (Windsor) Limited and St. Clair College, in response to a potential shortage of ventilators during the COVID-19 crisis.
Our St. Clair College family is saddened to hear of the tragic events in Nova Scotia.
Our College community stands with the residents of Nova Scotia in this time of heartache.
Our hearts and condolences go out to the families, friends and communities of the victims of this tragedy.
The Genesis Entrepreneurship Centre at St. Clair College is offering free virtual workshops for everyone in the community.
The range of workshops includes skills development such as presentation, communication and networking skills, and others that focus specifically on helping individuals start and grow a business.