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grant funding

Few Details Yet About Drastic New Funding Format

NEWS & ANALYSIS The administrations of colleges and universities throughout Ontario are anxiously awaiting details of the “nuts and bolts” of the Conservative provincial government’s intentions to tie their operating grants to “measurements of…
wil story

Feds Spend To Find More WIL-ing Participants

Editor’s Note: Almost every program at St. Clair attempts to provide some sort of “real world”, practical experience in its curriculum – either in the form of the clinical placements for Health Sciences and Nursing students which actually play a…
wetech

New Project Aims To Boost Area's Tech Connections

Contributed by WEtech Alliance The digital economy is ripe for bold initiatives that connect talent with tech companies. Given the Windsor-Essex region’s proximity to the U.S. border, it’s clear that this area has unique opportunities and…
wayne state agreements

Converting Diplomas To Degrees

The partnership between St. Clair College and Wayne State University was strengthened in July, when leaders of those two institutions signed five articulation agreements allowing students to pursue a degree at the Michigan school after receiving…
bus service

New Bus Option For County-based Students

County students requiring public transportation to St. Clair College now have access to a new transit service that runs from Leamington to the college’s main campus on Talbot Road West. The Leamington to Windsor Transit service, LTW Transit - Route…
alumni video

Alumni Association Promoting Its Services To Students Too

In addition to St. Clair’s Student Representative Council (SRC) having a portion of its “financial rug” pulled out from under it by the provincial Conservative government’s Student Choice Initiative, the fee-funding of the college’s Alumni…
program suspensions

Gone With The Wind? Not Yet

Even though the provincial Conservative government has now scrapped the wind-turbine-installation program of its Liberal predecessor, St. Clair will keep training programs for this technology on its “curriculum back-burner”. In a report tabled…
budget surplus

College Ends 2018-19 With "Super-sized" Surplus

Big bucks from exponentially escalating international enrolment, coupled with penny-pinching management on the expenditure side of the ledger, combined to see the college conclude its 2018-19 fiscal year with a $40.24 million surplus – almost four…
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…