Please refer to the specific start and end dates indicated beneath your course of choice.
Located in Room 166 (Windsor) and Room 134 (Chatham), the Registrar’s Office is open Monday to Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., and Friday, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Anyone may register in person, by mail, or by fax. Please refer to How To Register for fax numbers, addresses, and other details. Online registration is an option for those who have a seven digit student number and log-in/access code and who have been St. Clair College students within the previous year.
If you are at least 19 years of age or a high school graduate, you may register in any course unless otherwise noted. This does not apply to children's courses, e.g. Aquatics, Campus for Kids.
St. Clair College reserves the right to cancel/reschedule courses as may be necessary from time to time. In the event that the College cancels your course, your course fees will be fully refunded and mailed within a 4 to 6 week period.
Course withdrawal may be made in person at the Registrar's Office or at the Continuing Education Office.
A withdrawal from the first official day of class and up to and including the class at the 2/3 point of the course will result in a "DR" (Drop) on the student history file. After the 2/3 point in a course, a "WP" (Withdrew Passing) or "WF" (Withdrew Failing) form will need to be completed and recorded for the student history.
Failure to attend class does not constitute a withdrawal. Failure to use proper withdrawal procedures will result in an "F" (Fail) grade on the student history and no refund will be issued.
Where a course or workshop is 20 hours or less in duration, a refund will be issued only if an official withdrawal is received on or before the business day prior to the date of the first class.
For courses or workshops more than 20 hours in duration (other than the exceptional categories identified below.) An official withdrawal prior to the date on which the first class occurs will result in a full refund. An official withdrawal on or after the first day of class but not later than the business day before the third class will result in a full refund LESS a $25.00 Administration Fee per course. No refund will apply to an official withdrawal on or after the date on which the third class occurs.
You may transfer from one course or section to another if:
An official DROP/ADD form must be completed and submitted to the Department of Continuing Education for approval.
All learners using parking facilities at the South Campus (Windsor) for classes running Monday through Thursday are required to pay parking fees. Parking permits may be purchased at the Parking Office in the Main Lobby. Should you require further information regarding parking at St. Clair College, call 519-972-2727 ext. 4515 or 4306. Metered visitor parking is available on an hourly basis in parking lot "T" (Windsor.) Note: There is no charge for parking at the Main Campus on Friday evenings, Saturdays or Sundays. There is no charge for parking at the Chatham Campus after 4:00 p.m. or on weekends.
An up to date list of classroom assignments is posted in the main lobby at all college campuses during the first two weeks of classes. Please note that room assignments found online on the Student Self Service page are often incorrect. Please refer to the updated schedule of room assignments in the main lobby.
The Campus Bookstore hours of operation are Mon. to Fri. 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at South Campus (Windsor) and 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Chatham Campus (Chatham.) However, during Continuing Education start-up, to assist with your textbook and learning material requirements the Campus Bookstore extends their hours during the first two weeks of the Continuing Education semester.
Want to avoid those long lines? Books may be ordered online and shipped to your home or office. Visit www.stclair.bkstr.com. It is strongly recommended that Weekend College students, in particular, order their books online.
In most cases, textbooks are the responsibility of the student and costs are not included in the course tuition.
In most cases textbooks are the responsibility of the student and costs are not included in the course tuition. Regular hours are 8:30 am to 4:00 pm. Please note that the Campus Store accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, debit and cash. NO PERSONAL CHEQUES please.
A prerequisite is a course (or other qualification) required as preparation for entry to another course. The prerequisite for a course will be listed at the end of the course description. It is your responsibility to ensure that all pre-requisite requirements are met before registering for a course. Learners who do not meet prerequisite requirements may be asked to withdraw from the course.
If you have credits from another college or educational institution, you may be eligible for advanced standing in certificate programs. Contact the Department of Continuing Education for details. A transcript of your marks and course descriptions may be required.
Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) is different from an Advanced Standing credit, which is a transfer credit from another college or university. PLA is a province-wide initiative designed to assist mature learners to identify and demonstrate knowledge and skills gained through work experience, community activities, volunteer work and other forms of non-traditional learning. A challenge exam or portfolio review will be required. Contact the Department of Continuing Education for more details.
Where applicable, a learner may audit a course. Audit status must be declared at time of registration. Normal tuition fees will apply. Audit status cannot be changed to credit status any time throughout or after completion of the course. Auditing learners do not participate in practical laboratory assignments, examinations or evaluation processes. The grade of Audit (AU) is not calculated in the grade point average.
Course fees are noted with the individual course descriptions. They include tuition and where applicable, lab and/or material fees, and HST.
Windsor-Essex County learners between the ages of 16 and 59 will be assessed a $26.00 administration fee for the first CREDIT course and $22.00 for each additional CREDIT course.
Chatham-Kent learners between the ages of 16 and 59 will be assessed a $23.50 administration fee for the first CREDIT course and $19.50 for each additional CREDIT course.
Non-Credit courses, and courses/ workshops under 12 hours in duration are exempt from this fee. Non-Credit courses are identified by an “N” at the end of the course code, e.g. GNR 1185N. Administration fees are used to assist with the delivery of technology access, student services, transcripts, certifications, and the maintenance of campus student centers.
International applicants will be required to pay the International student rate of $25.00 per hour.
Learners receiving Family Benefits are entitled to a reduced fee equaling 20% of the tuition (minimum $20.00) on approved courses. Learners must pay any applicable material fees. A photocopy of a current cheque stub or drug card must be included with the course registration form.
A learner who is unable to obtain tuition support through an existing agency (Workplace Safety & Insurance, Social and Family Services, Municipal Social Services, etc.) may seek a tuition reduction by consulting the Financial Aid Office at St. Clair College.
For further information, at the South (Windsor) Campus, call 519-972-2718 or inquire in person at Room 166 between 10:00am and 4:00pm Mon through Fri. At the Chatham Campus, call 519-354-9100, ext. 3216, or inquire in person in Room 134 between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. Mon through Fri.
Seniors (age 60 and over) are entitled to a 10% fee reduction on approved courses.
Courses with a course code ending in an N are not eligible for reduced fees, e.g. GNR 1056N.
Fees are due and payable on the day of registration. Learners with outstanding debts will not be permitted to re-register, nor may their academic results be released. Overdue accounts (plus late payment charges) must be paid by cash, certified cheque or money order. **Please note: Late Registrations may be subject to a pro-rated late payment charge.
If for any reason you owe the College money, are in possession of overdue library books, tools or other equipment, or have neglected to submit papers or other materials required for admission purpose etc., an encumbrance is placed against your record. You will not be allowed to register for any future courses until the encumbrance is cleared. Overdue accounts (plus late payment charges) must be paid by cash, certified cheque or money order.
From time to time, it is necessary to cancel a class for one day or evening. The college endeavours to give all students adequate notice if a class date must be cancelled. To ensure that our office can contact you, it is recommended that you provide a day and evening telephone number. However, in the event that we are unable to notify all students, information regarding the cancellation will be posted in the main lobby and on the door of the classroom itself. We apologize for any inconvenience.
When severe weather conditions precipitate a declared storm warning, a decision to cancel evening classes will be issued by 3:00 p.m. Class cancellations will be announced on local radio stations. Please note that class cancellations due to weather are extremely rare.
When you have completed your certificate or diploma requirements, contact the Registrar’s Office or the Continuing Education Office to complete a Request for Certificate/Convocation Application. A review of your record will be completed to confirm your eligibility to graduate, and you will be notified of the result. It is recommended that you come to the Registrar’s Office to pick up your certificate. If you are unable to pick your certificate up, it will be mailed to you through Canada Post.
Please note that to earn most certificates or diplomas, you must attain a minimum grade average of C. If your grade average is below C you may be required to repeat certain portions of the program in order to receive your certificate or diploma.
Continuing Education learners who have met the requirements to receive a certificate or diploma may participate in the College's convocation ceremony. Please contact your Registrar’s Office for further information pertaining to convocation procedures.
Grades will be available online at the end of each semester. Grades are no longer mailed to students. To access your grades at the end of the semester, please visit St. Clair Space for Current Students.
You will be notified if you have requested a course that is full. You may be given the option to be put onto a waiting list or transferred to a similar course. If you cannot be reached by phone, you will be put onto a waitlist.
Receipts for Income Tax eligible courses pertaining to the preceding year will be available online by the end of February at Self-Service Instructions.
Students who take longer than seven years from the date of first enrolment to complete a program must have their transcript evaluated for relevance to current program requirements, and may be required to make up additional courses.
This rule does not apply to programs for which the curriculum is prescribed by agencies other than the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, in which case there is no assurance that a published curriculum will apply beyond the term for which it is announced.
Academic misconduct includes, but is not limited to instances of cheating, plagiarism, impersonation, or disruption of instructional activities. Issues of academic misconduct are serious offenses and are treated accordingly. Please refer to the Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities for detailed information.
All students and employees of St. Clair College have a right to study and work in an environment that is free from harassment and discrimination.
Accessibility Services at St. Clair College is committed to providing equal access to educational resources and an optimal learning environment for students with disabilities. We are dedicated to provide support and services to all students with disabilities (physical, medical, learning and/ or psychological) who provide appropriate documentation. Visit Accessibility Services for more information about the specific documentation required to establish an accommodation plan that will meet your needs.
St. Clair College's student services are available to help you succeed. Visit Student Services or call Student Services at 519-354-9100 (Chatham) or 519-972-2727 (South) to discover what we can do for you. We offer Counselling, Career Planning, Aboriginal Services, Disability Services, Deaf and Interpreting Services, Learning Support, Student Employment Services, Testing Services and Tutoring Services. For information about scheduling a make-up test or accommodated test (Testing Services) please visit Testing Services.
Learners registered in a hands-on computer course and/or workshop will have access to St. Clair College's computing services.
South Campus: The computers in the Student Centre are available for student use. A valid student receipt and photo ID are required to use these computers. For open lab hours, please call 519-972-2727 ext. 4242.
Chatham Campus: Computer labs are located in the Library and Room 100. Assistance is available from the Call Centre at 1-800-387-0524 ext. 2500.
Students must present their valid student card or proof of registration to borrow materials from the libraries at the South Campus or Chatham Campus.
Windsor Campuses of St. Clair College are serviced by Transit Windsor. Please call Transit Windsor at 519-944-4111 or visit citywindsor.ca for routes and information.
Chatham Transit provides service to the Chatham Campus. Please call 519-436-3233 or visit www.chatham-kent.ca for routes and information.
The Athletic Department of St. Clair College offers a Community Membership Plan that fulfills the recreational needs of the entire family at a very reasonable price. For information pertaining to memberships for the Pool/Gym Complex in the main building of the South Campus, please call 519-972-2715 or to book athletic facilities at the South Campus, please call 519-972-2727 ext. 4303.
Access to the triple gymnasium is free for students showing a student card. Memberships to the 10,000 square foot Fitness Centre are available for purchase by part time students. For a small fee, the general public is welcome to use the triple gym facilities and indoor walking track. Please call 519-972-2727 ext. 4180 for more information.
Register early to make sure you get into the course you want!
519-972-2711 (Windsor) or 519-354-9100 (Chatham) or
1-800-387-0524 (toll-free) or send an E-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.