Jill Dunlop, Ontario's Minister of Colleges and Universities (MCU), made her first visit to the College Tuesday.
Minster Dunlop was appointed as the new Minister of MCU June 18 and began her tour of Ontario's Colleges and Universities this month.
For the first time since mid-March of 2020, St. Clair College will be offering its traditional, in-person classes at the launch of the Fall semester on September 7, 2021.
College President Patti France announced the resumption of in-person instruction via emails to students and staff on July 20, 2021.
The Genesis Entrepreneurship Centre is taking things to the next level and increasing opportunities for students to engage with local industry and community partners.
Now under the umbrella of Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, the centre has expanded its ability to foster Work Integrated Learning for students.
Upcoming fashion designers like Maddie Bevacqua are looking to make the future of fashion more sustainable.
Bevacqua, who graduated from the Fashion Design Technician program this year and received the top designer award at the 2021 Atelier Fashion Show, got into the business of designing clothes after becoming frustrated with the unsustainable nature of the fashion industry.
St. Clair College has awarded its inaugural Community Partnership Award to Bruce Krauter, Chief of the Essex-Windsor Emergency Medical Service.
The award is a new addition to the St. Clair Day awards ceremony, an annual event that recognizes outstanding service by the school's employees.
St. Clair College students will be able to work on real-world tech issues through a new Google-affiliated club launching this fall.
First year Mobile Applications Development student Nathan Romero has been hired as team lead of the college’s new chapter of Google Developer Student Clubs.
St. Clair College’s Music Theatre Performance students are reinventing a Canadian musical they have adapted for Covid times.
Girls In The Gang is this year’s final stage production, but it wasn’t done on a stage, it was made for the screen.
“All children deserve to have somewhere special to store their personal belongings, so they can feel special too.”
This is the message behind Sally and her Suitcase, a children’s book written by Kendall Dunlop.