News | St. Clair College
Meal kits have exploded in popularity during the pandemic and St. Clair College’s Culinary Management program has put them on its menu.
Jeff Burrows presents a cheque to June Muir, of the Windsor Essex Food Bank Association
Three students in St. Clair College’s Mobile Applications Development program helped ensure the LaSalle Police Service website complies with provincial legislation. Now they’re redesigning it.
A message to PSW program students from the president
St. Clair College students will have an opportunity in April to showcase their capstone projects to executives from Ford Motor Company, Air Canada and other local high-tech industries.
The Ontario government announced funding today for an accelerated Personal Support Worker (PSW) program that will cover students’ tuition and other expenses, allowing participants to graduate with full credentials in six months.
More than 650 graduates will take part in St. Clair College’s second virtual convocation ceremony on Thursday, February 25, 2021.
St. Clair College students living on the city’s east side will have a much shorter bus ride to the South campus, after the city and College agreed to share the cost of an express route on a trial basis.
The Ontario government is providing a total of $729,389 to help increase access to mental health and addiction services for students enrolled at the various campuses of St. Clair College and the University of Windsor.
St. Clair College saw a 21 per cent enrolment increase in its winter 2021 term, with a record 14,225 full-time students studying at all campuses.