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Over the past 50 years St. Clair College has grown to over 9,000 full time students who take classes in over 100 degree, diploma and certificate programs. There are four campuses in Windsor-Essex and Chatham-Kent with state-of-the-arts facilities in health sciences, engineering technology and skilled trades, business and I.T. and media, the arts and design programs.
Career Services provides assistance to St. Clair College Students seeking permanent, part-time, temporary and seasonal employment. Resources and information are available on employment-related topics including resumes and cover letters, job applications, interview skills, and job search techniques. Workshops and resume clinics are scheduled throughout the academic year to provide students with the techniques needed to successfully market job skills in today's competitive labour market.
Thanks to the on-campus 204 – 2 bedroom suite residence, students will find that living in residence adds considerably to their college experience. The newly opened SportsPlex is across the street from residence and offers students the very latest in fitness training in the 10,000 fitness centre, an elevated in-door track, and triple gym that is home to our Saints Varsity program.
All St. Clair College students are welcome to use the Health Centres for their primary or emergent health care needs. We are dedicated to providing quality health care that focuses on you and your needs. We believe that your success at St. Clair College depends on you maintaining a healthy mind and body. That’s why we’ve made health care services on campus convenient and easy to access.
St. Clair College’s main campus is home to over 6,000 students studying in over 90 programs in the areas of Health Sciences, Community Studies, Engineering Technology & Skilled Trades, and Business and I.T.
The Student Athletic Association encourages St.Clair's students to make constructive use of leisure time to acquire new physical skills and enhance fitness. The S.A.A. intramurals programs stimulate social interaction with other students, facilitating the development of proper attitudes and sportsmanship.
Student Athletic Association (SAA)