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St. Clair College was found in 1966 and is located over three campuses in the Southwestern Ontario counties of Essex and Chatham-Kent, Canada. It is an English-language institution focused on studies related to Applied Arts and Technology.
The goal is student satisfaction which St. Clair has achieved well with being at the position of 126 in Canada as stated by Webometrics in Canadian Universities. Mentioned are few features of St. Claire which distinguishes it from other universities.
|Type of College||Public|
|Programs||115 full-time programs|
|Total Number of Seats||8,500 (full time) + 20,000 (part time)|
|Basic Tuition Fee, International Students||CAD 10,855 per year|
|Basic Tuition Fee, U.S.A. students||CAD 7,176 per year|
St. Clair college has three campuses i.e. Windsor, Chatham and Wallaceburg. It also provides residential facilities at Windsor and Chatham campuses.
The Windsor campus
It offers programs in Business and Information Technology, Health Sciences, Engineering Technology, Skilled Trades, and Community Studies. Around 6,500 full-time and 14,000 part-time students study at the Windsor campus with over 80+ programs running successfully.
Two new academic buildings established recently are: -
The Chatham Campus
It has around 1,300 students on-campus. It offers programs in the areas of health sciences, community studies, business and technology. The campus features the HealthPlex with fitness and gym facilities along with elevated walking track for the students who want to work-out.
The Wallaceburg Campus
The Windsor and Chatham campuses of St. Clair college have residence facilities. The residences are near the campus giving students easy access to campus facilities and cutting down on travel time. Both residences are available for the 8 months of the academic year.
The Windsor Campus Residence
Windsor residence has 204 two-bedroom suites that can accommodate 408 students.
Apart from general requirements, other facilities available at the residence are: -
The Chatham Campus Residence
Chatham residence has 12 four-bedroom units that can accommodate 48 students.
Each apartment at the Chatham residence is equipped with
The College offers 115 full-time programs in applied arts and technology along with 50 + part-time online courses and 30+ continuing education courses and programs.
The number of full-time programs offered at: -
Students are given the liberty to apply for classes as per their schedule and study plan. Some of the groups in which programs can be filtered in, are given below
On-campus courses, Online courses
Full-time, Part-time, Fast-track
The international students except the pre-requisites for all the programs, must appear for English Proficiency test if their first language is not English. Other factors and application process are mentioned.
The requirements are based on the program a student is interested in. Apart from that, some common requirements maybe
Students can prove their proficiency by taking one of the below-mentioned tests and obtaining the minimum indicated score:
OSSD (Ontario Secondary School Diploma) along with most of the credits at the College, University (U), Open or equivalent (O) and College/University. OR Mature Student status (do not have OSSD or equivalent).
OSSD having a majority of credits at General or Advanced or maybe equivalent. Mature Student status (do not have OSSD or equivalent).
The mature students need to write an Admission Test for Maths and/or English for all the programs except the oversubscribed courses.
The GED holder is equivalent to Grade 12 English and Grade 11 Mathematics at the general level. The students must complete the program specific subjects for admission.
Apply online at the official website of the college. Given is the procedure to apply from among 26 public listed colleges.
The college accepts scores of St. Clair College EAP Program, TOEFL, IELTS, PTE, MELAB and CAEL.
For the given programs
The tuition fee of the college is different for domestic and international students. Also, accommodation charge is available for the students for the on-campus stay.
The basic tuition fee for full-time students applicable to
Part time fee is assessed on a contract hour basis.
Some of the programs in the areas of business and management, engineering technologies, health services and justice studies cost higher than the abovementioned fees for international students. Depending on the program, the costs range between CAD14,057.38 (Music Theatre Performance) and CAD23,863.02 (Hairstylist).
Windsor and Chatham Campus
Period of Stay
September to April
May to August
January to March
Students can purchase meal plans at the Campus Eats cafeteria. The meal plans range from CAD 300, CAD 600, and CAD 900. Students can purchase a plan according to their requirement.
The college spent CAD 400,000 on the scholarship program awarding 600 scholarships to the students. The College also provides several scholarships to its non-Canadian students. These scholarships are provided by the St. Clair College Foundation Board in collaboration with the companies, organizations and individuals.
To be eligible for these scholarships, students must be enrolled in a full-time program and must maintain a satisfactory academic standing, i.e. a minimum of 2.0 GPA.
Given are the schools based on which foundation scholarships are awarded
St. Clair offers various scholarships and bursaries to the deserving students. Apart from the school-based scholarships, there are more scholarships offered to the students.
Students must submit one common application to be considered for all or any of these scholarships. Additional requirements such as essays may be attached to certain scholarships. Complete details on these scholarships including eligibility requirements can be found on the official website of the college.
The college hires full-time students for on-campus jobs. The applications are available at the college departments who are looking forward to work study students.
Work study opportunity for tutoring Services – The students will be paid according to the decided amount. They may reap the benefits like:
The College has a strong alumni network and organizes several alumni events throughout the year. Some of the College’s notable alumni are mentioned below:
After graduation, alumni can take assistance from the St. Clair College Employment Centre which offers Employment for Ontario programs and services. Through this service, alumni can get connected to potential employers or find training, skills and experience.