St. Clair College Surpasses 12,000 Students
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St. Clair College has surpassed 12,000 full-time students for the first time in its 51 year history.
The official enrollment sits at 12,815 students on its three campuses in Windsor, Chatham and Toronto. This represents a 21.6% increase over 2017.
The College’s presence in downtown Windsor has grown to its highest level with 1,551 students. There are close to 500 students in the newly opened Zekelman School of Business and Information Technology at the One Riverside Drive location.
“With our mix of cutting-edge academic programs and exceptional services and facilities, we are particularly proud to be a part of the rebirth of downtown Windsor, by accommodating a large portion of this year’s increase in the new Zekelman School of Business and Information Technology building at One Riverside Drive,” said College President Patti France.
The community can expect to see new developments at the South Windsor Campus in the coming year, in both new programs and facilities. That growth includes the launch of the new Data Analytics for Business program, a two year Business diploma, and Human Resources Management program.
The College will also launch its first Honours Degree in Applied Arts, Social Justice & Legal Studies in September 2019.
At the Chatham campus, where enrolment is close to 1,200 students which represents a 2.8% increase over 2017, the College opened the new National Powerline Training Centre, and have expanded the student residence.
“Thanks to our partnerships with business and industry, the College will continue to explore and develop new programs that will meet the needs of our future workforce”, said France.