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This is the essence of what an education at St. Clair College is all about. It’s the place to start your journey in pursuit of your career and lifelong learning. It’s where you will learn new things, expand your mind, create lasting friendships, experience college life, and most importantly get the skills and knowledge you need to get the job!

St. Clair College embraces the very best in a college education - excellence in teaching, applied learning in our state-of-the-art labs, numerous student support services to help you succeed, and an amazing campus life experience.

St. Clair provides all of this and more for 8,300 full time students who participate in over 100 advanced diplomas, diplomas, degrees and graduate certificates focused in Health, Technology, Business, Media Arts and Social Services.


A quality education that will prepare you for your chosen career path.
A learning environment that will support you.
Campus life that is welcoming and provides you with lots of extracurricular activities.
Professional faculty who know their program, their industry and have great contacts in the community.
Relevant, hands-on knowledge and skills training that set you up for success.

Here are some other great reasons to become part of our St. Clair College family!

We want to make sure you are successful! That’s why we offer comprehensive student services including peer tutoring, academic and career counselling, disability services, accommodation plans and more. These services are here to help you succeed.
$1.5 million in scholarships and bursaries.
14 varsity sports teams with something for everyone - from fastball and curling to basketball, volleyball, badminton and cross country. PLUS… as a varsity athlete you are entitled to an athletic scholarship - $1,250 per sport semester, the largest scholarship offering of any Ontario College.
Large 300 seat computer lab with wireless internet and 7 meeting rooms for student clubs and project work.
Active program clubs where students compete at a provincial and national level.

Since 1998, a collaborative venture between the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and the twenty-four Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology has been utilizing the Key Performance Indicators (KPI's) to measure how well Ontario colleges are meeting the needs of students, graduates and employers. The KPI initiative is an attempt to ensure that college programs remain accountable, responsive, and effective in meeting the needs of its stakeholders.

The five indicators used to measure college performance include the following:

1.     Graduate Employment

2.     Graduate Satisfaction

3.     Employer Satisfaction

4.     Student Satisfaction

5.     Graduation Rate

The Graduate Employment/Graduate Satisfaction Surveys are conducted in March, July and November of each year. These telephone surveys are completed six months after graduation to determine graduates' employment experience, and their satisfaction with their college education. Information for the Graduate and Employer KPI initiative is collected for all twenty four colleges by Forum Research, a firm contracted by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.

In June, November and February, Student Satisfaction Surveys are completed by colleges across the province. The survey results are then compiled by CCI Research. The KPI survey information collected from graduates, employers, and current students is then used by colleges to demonstrate their achievements, and to improve their programs and services.

2015 Survey Results

·         79.3%Student Satisfaction Rate - This year's rate is again above the provincial average

·         90.4%of Employers of St. Clair College Graduates were satisfied with the graduates' overall college preparation for work.

·         81.4%of St. Clair College Graduates were satisfied with their overall college education

·         85.1%of St. Clair College Graduates were employed 6 months after graduation


Living on campus is a great part of college life. You meet new friends, learn new things and best of all you're close to everything on campus.St. Clair College now has residences in both Windsor and Chatham

St. Clair College's Awards, Scholarships and Bursaries are some of the major sources of financial assistance available to students who are pursuing a post-secondary Education at the College. 

The Awards, Scholarships and Bursaries that may be presented by St. Clair College are listed under the following titled areas:

30% Off Tuition Grant
Aboriginal PSET Bursary
Athletic Scholarships
Entrance Awards / Scholarships
External Bursaries / Scholarships
Ontario First Generation Bursary
Ontario Special Bursary
Second Career
Student Emergency Loans
Students with Disabilities
Tuition Bursaries
Women in Technology
Work Study Program

Every effort is made to ensure that the information is accurate; however, changes may take place from time to time. St. Clair College reserves the right to make any changes to the number and amount of awards listed on this website. 

Students are encouraged to apply for these awards, scholarships and/or bursaries. Additional listings in Windsor are posted on the bulletin board across from the Financial Aid Office, Room 166 in Windsor. In Chatham, additional listings are located on the bulletin board located in the side hallway outside of Room 134. 

The federal and provincial governments also provide assistance to students in financial need through the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) and other related programs. Information is provided pertaining to these programs as well as the link to the OSAP website. 

The information provides an overall review of the awards, scholarships and bursaries available to potential and current St. Clair College students.