Mayor Drew Dilkens was joined by Dr. Patti France, President of St. Clair College, to formally transfer stewardship of the Dr. Bruce and Kathryn White Memorial Park, a 12.2-acre property at 3860 Lauzon Road, to the City of Windsor.
Windsor, ON – 10th year St. Clair College Women’s Softball Head Coach Doug Wiseman has been named the inaugural Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) Coach of the Year. The OCAA is presenting this Coach of the Year Award for the first time in its existence and Wiseman overcame nominees from across all sports in the association.
The Saints capped another winning year with the 54th Annual Athletic Awards Banquet at the St. Clair Centre for the Arts campus in downtown Windsor on Thursday, April 13th. Plenty of hardware was distributed as the Saints earned eight championships which included eleven medals at the provincial or national level.
There will be no classes and the offices will be closed this Friday.
The College will be open to students on Friday, April 7 from 8 am - 6 pm, including the open computer labs.
On Sunday, April 9, the College will be open from 8 am - 6 pm. Open labs will be open from 11 am - 5 pm.
There will be no food services for the long weekend.
St. Clair College’s Rocket League team is headed back to the Collegiate Rocket League (CRL) World Championship, cementing themselves as a Top 10 team in North America and the best in Canada.
FIRST Canada and Windsor-Essex FIRST are thrilled to announce the return of the Windsor Essex Great Lakes Event, showcasing innovation and excitement in the community once again. This year's event will welcome thirty-two (32) high school teams from across Ontario to compete in CHARGED UP, presented by Haas.
St. Clair College will be conducting three Emergency Communication Scenarios on an Active Attacker for students and staff at all campuses.
The test scenarios will take place as follows: