The Ontario government's announcement today that colleges can develop new three-year degree programs is a historic breakthrough that ensures more students will acquire the professional expertise to succeed in their careers.
Students in the Sports and Recreation Management program raised $5,000 in a 3 km run/walk that was held at the SportsPlex on April 10 to help children cover the costs of playing in sports leagues.
First-year students started the planning process in the fall semester and turned their work over to third-year students in the winter semester to finish the project.
St. Clair College receives $440,000 grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)
St. Clair College received a $440,000 grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) to develop solutions for manufacturers transitioning from traditional production processes to advanced technology as global competition ramps up in what is being described as the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
It will be a full-circle moment for a pair of St. Clair College graduates when they exchange wedding vows at the St. Clair College Centre for the Arts this afternoon.
Students at St. Clair College are hosting a fundraising event to benefit a local charity that provides children with beds.
A Movie Night will be held on April 9 at the historical Capitol Theatre, 121 University Ave. W., to raise funds for Sleep in Heavenly Peace, a not-for-profit organization.
The St. Clair College IT department was honoured to receive the Tech Team Award from WE-Tech Alliance. The award recognizes a group of outstanding technology/innovation individuals who make up a team within a non-tech business or organization. Watch the YouTube video with our Associate Vice President of Communications and IT, Amar Singh below:
TORONTO — The Ontario government is extending the current tuition freeze for colleges and universities by an additional year, through 2022-2023, providing financial relief and predictability for students and families seeking access to affordable postsecondary education.
As Canadians return to theatres across the country, St. Clair College graduate Nathanael Judah is preparing to take the stage at one of the nation's most prominent festival theatres.
He has earned a coveted contract with the Shaw Festival, North America's second-largest repertory theatre company.
The College Employer Council and the Ontario Public Services Employees Union have reached an agreement to enter binding interest arbitration and the strike that was scheduled to commence at 12:01 am on March 18, 2022, has been called off. This also includes all work-to-rule strike activities.
Students in the Early Childhood Education program at the Chatham campus have moved into an outdoor classroom for a new course that focuses on promoting physical activity and connection to nature.