St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology
Founded 1966 | Windsor, ON
St. Clair College has enjoyed substantial growth in international enrolment in recent years. Students from around the globe now account for approximately 40 per cent of the school’s 14,000 full-time attendees at its five campuses in Windsor and Chatham. The college specializes in health sciences and community studies, engineering technology and skilled trades, as well as media art and design. Business and IT programs are popular, as are programs in nursing and health sciences.
The Zekelman School of Business and Information Technology was recently built in downtown Windsor. The Centre for Applied Health Sciences, a 100,000-square-foot facility with state-of-the-art technology, is designed to simulate a real hospital environment; the centre has specialized labs for ultrasound, cardiovascular and respiratory therapy, along with simulated patient-care suites, a complete dental clinic and a simulated pharmacy.
At the campus in south Windsor, a 110,000-square-foot residence building and a $26-million sports park opened in 2020. The park includes a softball diamond, soccer field, and beach volleyball and indoor tennis courts. In 2019, St. Clair launched its first degree program: an honours bachelor in social justice and legal studies. A bachelor of applied arts in social justice and legal studies, as well as a degree in business administration, have followed in the past few years.
• Nursing—Collaborative BScN
• Web Development and Internet Applications
• Diploma: $4,052-$14,873
• Certificate: $4,052
• Post-Grad: $4,827
• Esports Administration and Entrepreneurship: Students apply business skills to the world of multiplayer video game competitions.
• Powerline Technician: Students learn how power lines are installed, operated and maintained.
• Social Justice and Legal Studies: Studies focus on poverty law, social justice and improving communities through activism.