St. Clair College is an institute of higher learning that provides students with relevant, career-ready knowledge and skills that lead to rewarding careers in a variety of industry sectors. Located in Canada’s southernmost communities of Windsor-Essex and Chatham-Kent, there are numerous programs available for students pursuing rewarding jobs that focus on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) disciplines.
These are skill-sets that employers are looking for in sectors that include information and engineering technology, manufacturing, sustainable energy, aerospace, and pharmaceutical industries, to name a few. Students who excel in these subject areas will find that the programs at St. Clair College will enhance their skill level through a combination of focused learning, applied research and work-integrated learning, areas that the College excels in.
The College has established a number of outstanding facilities where labs reflect real-world technology environments. The CISCO-certified computer labs that support Computer Networking, Internet Applications & Web Development and Mobile Applications, provide students with state-of-the-art technology on which to practice their skills.
The Ford Centre for Excellence in Manufacturing, the 100,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility, emulates the shop floor and provides hands-on learning for students in Robotics, Power Engineering Technology, Automotive Product Design, CAD/CAM, Industrial Millwright, and more!
Students who enroll in design/build programs such as Architectural Technology, Construction and Civil Engineering Technology receive hands-on experience and work-integrated learning through a number of community-based projects.
The Centre for Construction, Innovation and Production is a skilled trades lab facility that provides an ideal space for students studying in the electrical, plumbing and carpentry trades at the Windsor Campus. The Chatham campus features the Trades & Technology Centre, which is equipped with outstanding facilities for students pursuing a career as a Powerline Technician or Electrical Engineering Technician. The labs are supported by the latest technology including solar panels, wind turbine, geothermal systems and a Programmable Logic Control (PLC) lab.
The College’s focus on STEM education can been seen in its commitment to skills competitions such as FIRST Robotics in southwestern Ontario. The College was first in the province to offer a $1,000 scholarship to any student who competes in the FIRST Robotics competition. As a gold level sponsor of Skills Canada – Ontario, any student who competes in the annual Ontario Technological Skills Competition also receives a $1,000 tuition scholarship just for competing!
For students looking to pursue a degree, St. Clair College provides credit transfer and pathway agreements to universities in Canada and around the world. It is the perfect combination of relevant, hands-on learning combined with theoretical knowledge providing graduates with a diploma and degree in their area of study.
For more information about St. Clair College and the excellence in higher education found in our advanced diploma programs visit our web site at www.stclaircollege.ca. For personal campus tours please email firstname.lastname@example.org .