St. Clair College
St. Clair College Overview
About St. Clair College
Established in 1966, St. Clair is a higher educational institute in Windsor, Canada. Fully known as St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology. It has two other campuses in Wallaceburg and Chatham. St. Clair College roots’ can be found in the Western Ontario Institute of Technology which was founded 8 years before the St. Clair in order to provide support to the then-Ryerson Institute in Toronto, now known as Ryerson University.
St. Clair College Campus
St. Clair’s main campus is located in the city of Windsor, Ontario. It has many buildings all over Windsor. Many were purchased and turned into world-class educational facilities. St. Claire College has a sports complex which was built in 2014 to support its athletics program, known as Sportsplex.
St. Clair College Students
Over 10,000 students study full-time and part-time programs at St. Clair. Out of which 1,100 are international students from countries all around the world. The college gives students a large number of scholarships for intense research-based doctorates. There are around 1,200 international students coming from over 30 different countries. Due to a large number of international students, the college has a diverse ethnic culture where students enjoy each other’s culture.
St. Clair College Faculty
About 264 full-time and part-time faculty members teach at St. Clair. These include teaching and non-teaching staff across all of its campuses.
St. Clair College Achievements and Rankings
It is ranked 132 in Canada by local Canadian websites. The college received a $5 million grant from the Canadian government when it bought the Windsor building and after that building was turned into a state of the art journalism school which is the first of its own kind in Canada.