St. Clair College is the place to start your journey in pursuit of a career. Beyond the classroom there is so much to do to make your campus experience truly memorable. We have several active program clubs, on-campus restaurants, and fitness facilities so you can make the most of campus life. Our faculty are industry leaders that are invested in the success of our students, while providing low student to faculty ratio. We invite you to explore our 9 schools to discover St. Clair College.
Our nursing faculty have years of front-line experience to enhance the student’s classroom experience with stories and examples from practice. At our two health centres, The Centre for Applied Health Sciences at the Windsor Campus, and the Mary Uniac Health Sciences Centre at the Chatham campus, students have access to open nursing labs providing the opportunity to practice skills under the direction and mentorship of professional lab technologists.
St. Clair College’s School of Health Sciences is one of the largest healthcare education facilities in the province. Supported by state-of-the-art equipment at both Windsor and Chatham campuses, the programs in the School of Health Sciences deliver the skills and knowledge required to train and prepare students to be at the front line for our community. All programs have extensive placements and professors with many years of practical/clinical experience. Our work placement opportunities provide a direct connection to employers in the field.
Our School of Media, Art & Design is where creativity is defined. We offer an array of programs for students to explore their passion for the arts, creative design, and a creative approach to business in programs such as Tourism, Advertising, Music Theatre and Media Convergence. Our programs provide real-world working experiences as part of the curriculum in our on-campus theatre, fashion labs, broadcast studios, event centre and high-end restaurant.
The Zekelman School of Business is spread across two campuses: One Riverside Drive, located in the core of downtown, and our main campus in South Windsor.
Our region is recognized as having the largest cluster of tool and mold and manufacturing in North America. St. Clair College is home to the Ford Centre for Excellence in Manufacturing and is one of the top 10 research colleges in Canada. Our students have access to these resources and partnerships to provide a unique advantage to their education. This is evident in the many industry acknowledgments the school holds. For example, The Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) recognizes graduates of the Pre-Service Firefighter program as candidates for employment in the CAF.
Our School of Engineering Technologies is based in our 100,000 sq. ft. Ford Centre for Excellence in Manufacturing. Our programs provide opportunities for work-integrated learning, giving students the opportunity to build relationships within the industry while gaining real-world experience. Engineering Technologists are typically employed in aerospace, construction, energy, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, power generation, and transportation sectors.
The world of Information Technology is rapidly changing and requires people with the skills and knowledge to stay ahead of the curve. As the industry evolves, computer technology positions are in high demand. With affordable tuition, experiential learning opportunities combined with a mixture of in-class lectures, graduates leave ready to launch a career in IT.
The School of Community Studies offers 17 different programs with a focus on careers supporting unique populations that encourage inclusivity and diversity. This includes Early Childhood Education, Autism and Behavioural Science, Child and Youth Care, Educational Support and Social Service Worker Gerontology.
Our Chatham campus is a tight-knit community with big opportunities. We offer programs in health sciences, nursing, skilled trades, business, and social services. The campus has a large student centre space with a new cafeteria, pub, games room, and study spaces. Chatham has several world-class facilities that include the Centre for Trade & Technology and the National Powerline Training Centre.