FAQs | St. Clair College
  • Semester 1: September to December (15 weeks)
  • Semester 2: January to April (15 weeks)
  • Semester 3: May to July (First clinical placement) (12 weeks)
  • Semester 4: September to December (Second clinical placement) (12 weeks)
  • The program includes 2 semesters of online lectures and in-person labs, followed by 2 semesters of clinical placements.
  • The online lectures will take place in the afternoon on week days, they will be recorded and can be viewed at the students’ convenience.
  • In-person labs will take place twice during the week in the evening (5 - 8pm) either Wednesdays or Thursdays and on Saturdays (9am – 12 or 1 – 4 pm)
  • Before booking any appointments or work schedules, please check your student schedule on the Student Information System (SIS). There will be an announcement when schedules are available (Due to Covid the release of schedules may be later in the summer.)
  • All in-person labs will take place in the Sonography Lab and Cardiovascular Technology Lab located on the First Floor of the Anthony P. Toldo Centre for Applied Health Sciences, Windsor Campus.
  • Scrub uniform – OLIVE GREEN SCRUBS ONLY – are required for all lab days and clinical placements. No patterns or additional colours are to be worn during these times.  A St. Clair College logo/patch will be displayed on the right sleeve of the scrub top. Scrubs can be ordered by phone from the Campus Bookstore.
  • Indoor athletic shoes only. Open toed or backless shoes are prohibited.
  • Clinical placement sites are located throughout Ontario. Each site has a limited number of spots available for students. It is possible that students will be placed at a site that is not their first choice or in their hometown. Students are responsible for their own accommodations during their clinical placements.
  • A list of required textbooks will be made available to students before the start of the semester. Textbooks can be purchased through St. Clair College’s Campus Bookstore.
  • Health Requirements can be found at the following link on the Program Home Page.
  • It is very important that you have all of your health requirements completed before the first week of school. You will be required to up load your documentation using the Student Information System (SIS).