St. Clair College provides higher education for 9,000 students on four campus locations in Windsor and Chatham. The campuses in Windsor and Chatham offer student residence spaces right on campus.
About one-third of St. Clair College’s applications and registrations are in the health sciences sector. The college is the largest post-secondary educator of health sciences students in Ontario. Its health programs are housed in a cutting-edge 100,000 sq.-foot Centre for Applied Health Science, designed to simulate a real hospital environment. It features specialized labs for ultrasound, cardiovascular technology and respiratory therapy, fully equipped, simulated patient-care suites, and a simulation retail pharmacy.
St. Clair is home to a unique journalism program, housed in its recently launched “Mediaplex” building. In line with the reality of modern-day newsrooms, the school focuses on “convergence journalism,” which is the delivery of news across a variety of platforms, namely print, television, radio and the web. The Mediaplex building features cameras, editing suites, sound booths, teleprompters and other state-of-the-art learning facilities.
Budding entrepreneurs now have access to St. Clair’s brand new Genesis Entrepreneurship Centre. This facility is dedicated to working with students, alumni and the community to foster entrepreneurship and innovation on campus.
Varsity sports are very active on campus, and St. Clair offers the maximum scholarship for varsity athletes that is allowed under OCAA rules—$1,250 per sport semester.
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Music Theatre Students in a production of Rocky Horror.