Learn about services for students at St. Clair College, including their accessibility services, peer and academic support programs, financial aid, campus accessibility, and more.
St. Clair College serves over 6,500 full-time students and 14,000 part-time students, on their 5 campuses in Southwestern Ontario: Windsor (Main) Campus, Centre for the Arts (Downtown Campus), MediaPlex, Chatham Campus, and Skilled Trades Regional Training Centre. St. Clair College has 8 schools, each with their own academic programs and departments:
- School of Community Studies
- School of Business & Information Technology
- School of Academic Studies, Chatham-Kent
- School of Media, Art & Design
- School of Engineering Technologies
- School of Health Sciences
- School of Nursing
- School of Skilled Trades
The addresses for St. Clair College campuses are:
Windsor (Main) Campus:
2000 Talbot Road West
Windsor, Ontario N9A 6S4
Centre for the Arts (Downtown Campus):
201 Riverside Drive West
Windsor, Ontario N9A 5K4
275 Victoria Avenue
Windsor, Ontario N9A 6Z8
1001 Grand Avenue West
Chatham, Ontario N7M 5W4
Skilled Trades Regional Training Centre:
3403 St. Etienne Boulevard
Windsor, Ontario N8W 5B1
One Riverside Campus:
1 Riverside Drive West
Windsor, Ontario N9A 5K3
At St. Clair College, the centre providing accessibility services to students is called Accessibility Services. Accessibility Services is the primary place to find out about all of your disability related needs.
Deaf and Interpreting Services
Deaf and Interpreting Services at St. Clair College is dedicated to providing students who are deaf and hard of hearing an optimal learning environment.
For more information about accessibility at St. Clair College, and their current initiatives to address issues of accessibility, please see St. Clair College's Accessibility Plan.
In order to access accommodations at St. Clair College, please visit the linked webpage to learn what documentation is required to show proof of a disability.
St. Clair College's Health Centre has health care provided by medical and nursing professionals to all St. Clair students. There are locations on the main campus, downtown campus and Chatham campus.
St. Clair College offers Counselling Services for any student who may be experiencing stressful events in their life.
St. Clair College offers Orientation programs for incoming students at both the Thames and main Windsor campuses.
St. Clair College's Tutoring Service provides one-on-one help with course content and useful study strategies.
Library Services at St. Clair College's main campus and Thames campus offers resources for students including e-journals, and electronic databases. The library also offers services for students such as interlibrary loans, citation style guides, plagiarism guides.
St. Clair College offers academic advising for students to help plan program coursework, select electives or deal with academic challenges, through their On-Campus Counselling Services.
Other Support Services
Scholarships, Bursaries, and Awards
St. Clair College's Financial Aid & Awards offers a range of financial assistance which consists of merit-based scholarships, need-based bursaries, and awards based on academic achievement. Information regarding St. Clair College's financial aid is available on their website, as well as complete lists of scholarships, bursaries, awards, and contact information.
St. Clair College’s Residence Life Office offers suite style residence for students at the main campus in Windsor and at the Thames campus. At the main campus in Windsor, the residence building has 204 suite-style rooms, each with 2 private bedrooms, a bathroom and a kitchenette. At the Thames campus, the residence building has 12 4-bedroom units, each with private bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room and full kitchen. Residence spaces are granted on a first come, first served basis. Building amenities at both residences include:
- Common areas
- Access to a front desk
- Laundry facilities
Each room is furnished and includes internet access and local telephone service. Residence rates vary per year and payment plans are available for residence fees. Meal plans are not currently offered.
Several barrier-free rooms are available for students who require special accommodations. Students are required to provide details on the Medical, Accessibility and Special Consideration section of the residence application, along with proper documentation.
At this time there are no accessible campus maps.
Transit Windsor is comprised of buses. Full-time students at St. Claire College are eligible for a discounted student pass. Schedules and maps are offered for every transit route that Transit Windsor provides.
Transit Windsor uses fully accessible buses on some routes, which are indicated on the published schedules when they are in service. These buses are low-floor buses with ramps, and space for two wheelchairs or scooters. Drivers will call all stops that have been requested by passengers.
Transit Windsor offers Handi-Transit which is a curb to curb transit service for persons with disabilities, who due to their disability are unable to use the conventional transit. Persons interested in using Handi-Transit must have their doctor complete the eligibility documentation form. The form can be received by going to Transit Windsor, or by calling.
Chatham-Kent's Urban Transit is comprised of buses. Full-time students at St. Clair College are eligible for a discounted semester pass. Route maps are provided for every transit route that Urban Transit offers.
Chatham Specialized Transit Service is a curb-to-curb service for persons with disabilities, who due to their disability are unable to use the conventional transit. If a person requires an attendant to ride with them, the attendant can travel free of charge. More information about what the Specialized Transit Service offers and the eligibility guidelines and application is available on their website.