St. Clair College President Patti France received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree Saturday from Assumption University for outstanding contributions to higher education in Windsor-Essex.
The special ceremony marked 165 years since the school opened its doors and welcomed its first cohort of students.
Biomedical Engineering Technology professors James Linton and Jim Durocher use Virtual Reality equipment in their classrooms to help students understand the medical devices they will have to work on in real life.
A mock board room exercise led St. Clair College marketing students to invent nearly 200 new flavours for one of the industry’s most iconic potato chip brands.
A group of St. Clair graduates is building upon their College educations and literally taking their careers to new heights while working on a once-in-a-lifetime infrastructure project.
Saints Rocket League pulled out all the stops as they battled through the best of the best to claim a Top 4 finish in the College Rocket League (CRL) World Championship.
St. Clair College will hold its 55th Convocation live for the first time since June 2019 as the school celebrates the graduation of over 3,500 students over six sessions this week.
Today, graduates from the Toronto Campus of Ace Acumen attended the first spring session at the College's Chrysler Theatre in the Centre for the Arts in downtown Windsor.
On Friday, June 3 and Saturday, June 4, St. Clair College, the University of Windsor, several Indigenous community organizations, local school boards, and post-secondary institutions will host the 1st Annual Alumni & Student Pow Wow. The theme of the Pow Wow is a celebration of Indigenous students and alumni.
Two St. Clair College students received gold and silver medals during a national skills competition that had 350 students and apprentices from across the country competing for the title of national champion in over 45 skill areas.
The two represented Team Ontario in the 2022 Skills Canada National Competition (SCNC), in Vancouver over the past week.
Atura Power, the company that owns Windsor's Brighton Beach Power plant, presented St. Clair College with a $20,000 donation to purchase two additional Temi Robots for use in the Community Integration through Cooperative Education (CICE) program.
St. Clair College’s Board of Governors held its 500th meeting Tuesday night. The Board, which is responsible for setting College policies and contributing to its Strategic Directions, is comprised of 17 members, including 12 appointed from the community, the College President and an additional four members who are elected from the College’s student, faculty, support and administrative groups.