St. Clair College's Rocket League team is going International as they'll be heading to Birmingham, England to represent Canada in the first-ever Commonwealth Esports Championships (CEC) as part of the 2022 Commonwealth Games this August.
Barry Zekelman surprised everyone in attendance by announcing a $1M donation to St. Clair College at the official opening of the Zekelman Centre of Business & Information Technology.
St. Clair College has received a generous donation of nearly $19,000 from AIS Technologies Group Inc. to support research and development projects and fund three scholarships.
A pair of St. Clair College Landscape Horticulture students will travel to Manheim, Germany this month for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
The St. Clair College Saints Student Athletic Association (SSAA) will sell the St. Clair
College Fratmen football team to the College. The SSAA is a corporation with a board of directors
funded by student fees, and it is a separate entity from St. Clair College.
The St. Clair Fratmen football team had its inaugural season in the fall of 2021, playing in the
A deaf student in St. Clair College’s Personal Support Worker program in Chatham credits Student Services for going above and beyond to help her "hear’" in the classroom.
A new Community Promenade welcoming visitors at the College’s Cabana Road entrance was unveiled Tuesday and named for President Patti France.
The Dr. Patti France Community Promenade was publicly announced Tuesday by the College’s Board of Governors.
Staff and faculty from the MediaPlex and the team from Student Services were honoured this week with Employee Excellence Awards for their dedication and commitment to their crafts.
The entire Student Services department, managed by Art Barron, received the Team Excellence award during a luncheon for Staff Appreciation Day 2022.
Students entering the Journalism and Media Convergence programs in Fall 2022 at the St. Clair College MediaPlex will have an innovative class added to their program curriculum – Drone Technology and Media Production.
June is National Indigenous History Month and June 21st is National Indigenous Peoples Day. This is a time not only to celebrate, but also a time for all Canadians to celebrate and recognize the diverse cultures, unique heritage, and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples.