Ontarians overwhelmingly support proposals to expand the range of career-focused degree programs at colleges, with nearly 70 per cent supporting the creation of three-year degree programs, a new poll has found.
Colleges are urging the provincial government to approve policy changes that would allow them to broaden their career-specific degree programs.
St. Clair College is holding steady with its Fall 2021 enrolment numbers increasing by 149 students from 2020.
A total of 14,034 full-time students are enrolled at all three campuses and the Ace Acumen campuses in the Greater Toronto Area. That is a slight increase of about one percent over last year's fall figures.
Thursday, September 30 is Orange Shirt Day. It is the 8th annual day in recognition of the damage done by the residential school system.
Culinary & Hospitality Management students at St. Clair College will be able to show off their skills to the public once again with the resumption of food service at Eatery 101.
Today, the Windsor Essex County Health Unit (WECHU) declared an outbreak in one program affecting two different semesters at St. Clair College at the South Windsor Campus.
This outbreak has been linked to an exposure in two cohorts.
The St. Clair College Health Centre officially kicked off its vaccination clinic Wednesday.
Sixteen students had appointments to receive their vaccines and campus nurse Stacy Manzerolle hopes more students will take advantage of the opportunity to become fully vaccinated in the coming weeks.
St. Clair College students will have a variety of new food options to choose from, no matter which campus they happen to be studying at.
St. Clair College and the St. Clair College Alumni Association are working with the Downtown Mission’s new social enterprise, Jubzi.com to help end hunger locally, while at the same time helping local restaurants survive these challenging times.
Rita Infanti believes Sandy MacDonald and the Landscape Horticulture program at St. Clair have helped keep a piece of her family history alive.