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student fees

Optional Student Fees Unveiled: Students Can Save Money, But They'll Sacrifice Servicing

Fifty bucks for “The Full – or The Fullest – St. Clair Experience”. That’s what students will be asked to pay, beginning this fall, when they have the option of financially supporting their campus governments: the Student Representative Council (…
on track to success

On Track To Success ... Soon, At St. Clair

Twenty-seven students from Windsor-Essex will be attending St. Clair this fall – many of whom, until a few years ago, “didn’t see a future for themselves”. Another ten will be enrolling at the University of Windsor. And, in both cases, the three…
Polar Plunge

Profitable Polar Plunging

Forty-six thousand dollars this year, and over $235,000 in the past five years. The past half-decade of partnership between the Windsor Police Services and St. Clair College as the hosts of the region's Polar Plunge has provided essential funding…
Cisco Event

Sixteen-hundred Makes Us Number One

We’re Number One … out of a couple thousand. In a ceremony in the Student Life Centre on April 4, St. Clair was recognized as having the largest enrolment of Computer Systems Technology students of all postsecondary schools in North America which…
The Saint Scene

Faces In New Places

Editor’s Note: As the college approaches the end of its fiscal year (March 31) and the wrap-up of the 2018-19 academic year, it is customary that some reshuffling of personnel occurs. That was reflected in a memo issued to staff by President Patti…
athletic performance

Saints Are Champs In The Classroom Too

n addition to excelling in the gym and on fields, diamonds, golf courses and running tracks, St. Clair’s varsity athletes were terrific in the classroom during the 2018-19 school year. Annually, the college’s administration (the office of Vice-…
budget

International Enrolment Revenue Continues To Bankroll College In Coming Year

The college anticipates climbing international enrolment – and, thus, another healthy financial year – in 2019-20, according to the budget presented by the school’s administration to the Board of Governors (BofG) during its March 26th meeting. The…
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Second Rez Planned For Windsor Campus

A document presented by the school’s administration to the college’s Board of Governors (BofG) during its March 26th meeting confirmed that a new residence building will be constructed at Windsor’s main campus. The report stated: The building and…
federal budget

Some Help For Students In Federal Budget

Elements of the 2019 federal (Liberal) budget, introduced in the House of Commons on March 19, that may be of interest to postsecondary students: From the Ministry of Finance The Government of Canada proposes to:   • Help workers gain new skills…
Minister Announcement

Survey Results "Heartbreaking And Disturbing": Minister

Provincial Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities Merrilee Fullerton described the results of a voluntary student survey on sexual violence on Ontario’s postsecondary campuses “heartbreaking and disturbing” during a March 19th press…